80 CE35-q.docx - CEE 213—Deformable Solids The Mechanics Project Arizona State University CP 5— Multiaxial States Please email

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CEE 213— Deformable Solids The Mechanics Project Arizona State University CP 5— Multiaxial States Please email [email protected] for the answer to the below question. You can also email us for help on any of your assignments, testbanks etc. Computing Project 5 Multiaxial States The computing project Multiaxial States concerns the analysis of strain and stress at a point in a solid body. The goal is to write a MATLAB program that will allow the computation of the strain associated with a prescribed motion and the stress associated with that strain through Hooke’s Law. We will compute principal values, maxima, and graphically represent the state by mapping the motion both in the ( x , y ) coordinates and in the principal coordinates. Finally, we will produce Mohr’s circle to represent the state. The theory needed to execute this project is contained in the Course Notes entitled Multiaxial Strain.

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