Chapter9 - Chapter 9 Stress Transformations Plane stress...

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Chapter 9 Stress Transformations Plane stress transformation (section 9.1) General equations of plane stress transformation (section 9.2) Principal stresses and maximum In-Plane Shear stress (section 9.3) Mohr’s circle- plane stress (section 9.4) Stress in shafts due to axial load and Torsion (section 9.5) Stress variation throughout prismatic beam (section 9.6)
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APPLICATIONS
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GENERAL EQUATIONS OF PLANE- STRESS TRANSFORMATION Fig. 9-2 The state of plane stress at a point is uniquely represented by three components acting on an element that has a specific orientation at the point. Sign Convention: - Positive normal stress acts outward from all faces, and - Positive shear stress acts upwards on the right-hand face of the element Fig. 9-5
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GENERAL EQUATIONS OF PLANE- STRESS TRANSFORMATION (CONT.) Fig. 9-6 (a) and (b) Sign convention (continued) - Both the x-y and x’-y’ system follow the right-hand rule - The orientation of an inclined plane (on which the normal and shear stress components are to be determined) will be defined using the angle θ. The
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