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1-11 (d) and the two shear-stress components as t„ = lim AF, A/WO AA AFV T„ =

lim v A/w o AA The subscript notation z in o-z is used to reference the ... This

intensity can then be measured using three components of

area.

1-11 (d) and the two shear-stress components as t„ = lim AF, A/WO AA AFV T„ =

lim v A/w o AA The subscript notation z in o-z is used to reference the ... This

intensity can then be measured using three components of

**stress acting**on thearea.

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1-12 will have three components of

point is constant, some of these stress components can be related by satisfying

both force and moment equilibrium for the element. To show the relationships ...

1-12 will have three components of

**stress acting**on it, if the stress around thepoint is constant, some of these stress components can be related by satisfying

both force and moment equilibrium for the element. To show the relationships ...

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By inspection, the component t' must be equal to zero since its corresponding

longitudinal component t', acting on the stress-free boundary surface, must be

zero. To satisfy this boundary condition therefore, the shear

By inspection, the component t' must be equal to zero since its corresponding

longitudinal component t', acting on the stress-free boundary surface, must be

zero. To satisfy this boundary condition therefore, the shear

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