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1 it was pointed out that when an axial force is applied to a member it creates a

complex

application. Such typical

complex ...

1 it was pointed out that when an axial force is applied to a member it creates a

complex

**stress distribution**within a localized region of the point of loadapplication. Such typical

**stress distributions**are shown in Fig. 4-1. Not only docomplex ...

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(a) Plastic torque applied causing plastic shear-strains throughout the shaft (b) (c)

T,-Ty occurs, we can superimpose on the

(a) Plastic torque applied causing plastic shear-strains throughout the shaft (b) (c)

T,-Ty occurs, we can superimpose on the

**stress distribution**in Fig. 5-45a a linear**stress distribution**caused by applying the plastic torque Tp in the opposite ...Page 350

Since the strain distribution is linear, we can determine the corresponding

yield strain ey causes the yield stress oy, and the intermediate strains et and e2 ...

Since the strain distribution is linear, we can determine the corresponding

**stress****distribution**by using the stress- strain diagram, Fig. 6-53c. Here it is seen that theyield strain ey causes the yield stress oy, and the intermediate strains et and e2 ...

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