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Unformatted text preview: assume that the strain in the joint is the strain in the steel. 2) Hint 1: First compute the Poisson’s contraction strains in the silver braze joint using Hooke’s Law; then consider the corresponding strain in the steel where no constraint will exist. 3) Hint 2: Use the Mises criterion to calculate the potential yielding in the silver alloy. Problem 3 Notes: Make sure you understand how to do the HW sets Topics covered in lecture that you should be comfortable include (but are not limited to): o Beam bending (esp slender beams) o Stress and strain definitions (normal and shear) o Bar & tube in tension o Pressurization of a thin walled vessel o Bar & tube in torsion o Transformation of stresses (Mohr’s circle) o Dislocations (Types, motion, etc.) o Yield criteria (Tresca and von Mises); constraint o Stress concentrations (i.e. at a small hole in a semiinfinite plane) o Mechanisms of deformation...
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This note was uploaded on 01/25/2010 for the course MSE 113 taught by Professor Ritchie during the Fall '09 term at Berkeley.
 Fall '09
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