Hw9 - The center of the circle is at (15000+8000)/2 = 11500...

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Stress Transformation: 10 For the stress element in Problem 3(b), find the principal stresses and the maximum shear stress. Solution Stress Transformation: 11 For the stress element in Problem 3(a), find the principal stresses and the maximum shear stress using Mohr’s circle. Solution The center of the circle is at (12000-4000)/2 = 4000 psi. Point A is at (12000,1000). These yield the following circle
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Stress Transformation: 12 For the stress element in Problem 3(b), find the principal stresses and the maximum shear stress using Mohr’s circle. Solution
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Unformatted text preview: The center of the circle is at (15000+8000)/2 = 11500 psi. Point A is at (15000,-2000). These yield the following circle Stress Transformation: 13 A simple tension element is made from two shorter pieces of material with the glue joint at 15 from the loading axis. Using Mohrs circle, find the shear and normal stresses at the Solution Stress element. The center of the circle is at (250+0)/2 = 125 psi. Point A is at (250,0). These yield the following circle Rotate initial stress element. = -75 sin(2 ) = -0.5 cos(2 ) = -0.866...
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Hw9 - The center of the circle is at (15000+8000)/2 = 11500...

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