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MECH320 AUB Page 1 Stress-Part II-Examples Prepared by: Nasser-Eddin M., Ph.D
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MECH320 AUB Page 2 Simple stress example I
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MECH320 AUB Page 4 Since you are only required to calculate the "average" stress on the section, the simplified formula: σ avg = Fn/A may be applied. To perform this calculation we must determine the normal component of the internal force on the cut.
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MECH320 AUB Page 10 Conclusion for simple stress example Here is something interesting. For the same rod under the same load the shear
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Unformatted text preview: stress is zero for one cut and non-zero for another. MECH320 AUB Page 11 Simple stress example II MECH320 AUB Page 12 MECH320 AUB Page 13 MECH320 AUB Page 14 MECH320 AUB Page 15 NOTICE MECH320 AUB Page 16 Stress-Part III MECH320 AUB Page 17 MECH320 AUB Page 18 MECH320 AUB Page 19 MECH320 AUB Page 20 MECH320 AUB Page 21 MECH320 AUB Page 22 MECH320 AUB Page 23 MECH320 AUB Page 24 MECH320 AUB Page 25 MECH320 AUB Page 26 MECH320 AUB Page 27 MECH320 AUB Page 28 MECH320 AUB Page 29 MECH320 AUB Page 30...
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