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(b) Fig. 1-11 (d) and the two shear-

AFV T„ = lim v A/w o AA The subscript notation z in o-z is used to reference the

direction of the outward normal line, which specifies the orientation of the area

AA.

(b) Fig. 1-11 (d) and the two shear-

**stress components**as t„ = lim AF, A/WO AAAFV T„ = lim v A/w o AA The subscript notation z in o-z is used to reference the

direction of the outward normal line, which specifies the orientation of the area

AA.

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In this chapter we will show how to transform the

associated with a particular coordinate system, into components associated with

another coordinate system. Once the transformation equations are established,

we ...

In this chapter we will show how to transform the

**stress components**that areassociated with a particular coordinate system, into components associated with

another coordinate system. Once the transformation equations are established,

we ...

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Plane stress (b) Plane stress (two dimensional view) (c) Fig. 9-1 The general

state of plane stress at a point is therefore represented by a combination of two

normal-

act on ...

Plane stress (b) Plane stress (two dimensional view) (c) Fig. 9-1 The general

state of plane stress at a point is therefore represented by a combination of two

normal-

**stress components**, ax, oy, and one shear-**stress component**, rrv, whichact on ...

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