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THE ANALYSIS OF STRESS CHAPTER
Stress at a Point
Principal Planes and Principal Stresses in Three Dimensions
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angle applied assumed axes axial beam bending body force boundary conditions central axis centre circle circular coefficient compression consider constant coordinates corresponding cross-section curvature curvilinear coordinates cycloid cylinder defined deformation deviatoric diameter direction cosines displacements drawing element equilibrium equations Examples to Chapter expression extrusion friction given gives hodograph hydrostatic length load material Mech Mohr normal notch oblique plane parallel physical plane plane strain plane stress plate positive principal strains principal stresses problem radial radius ratio resultant rotation shear strain shear stress shown in Fig slip-line field solution strain energy strain increment stress and strain stress components stress concentration stress distribution stress function stress plane stress-strain stress-strain curve strip Substituting suffix surface symmetry temperature tensile stress tension tensor theory thickness tonf/in2 torque torsion vector work-hardening yield criterion yield stress zero