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## PHYS 270 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Shear Stress, Stress (Mechanics), Compressive Stress

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Stress - force per unit area applied to a material. Resolved into 2 components: normal stress (perpendicular to cut surface, shear stress (parallel to

View Document## PHYS 270 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Solid Mechanics, Fluid Mechanics, Partial Derivative

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Displacement - absolute movement of a point with respect to a fixed reference frame. Deformation - the relative movement with respect to another point

View Document## PHYS 270 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Differential Equation, Statically Indeterminate, Statistical Graphics

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Second order boundary-value problem: chapter 6 showed the symmetric bending of beams. If you can find the deflection in the y direction of one point on

View Document## PHYS 270 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Cylinder Stress, Free Body Diagram, Sign Convention

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Axial members - long straight bodies on which the forces are applied along the longitudinal axis. Normal stress xx can be replaced by an equivalent int

View Document## PHYS 270 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Shear Stress, Madeon, Photoelasticity

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Wedge method: used to derive stress transformation equations. These equations are manipulated to generate a graphical procedure called mohrs circle: tw

View Document## PHYS 270 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Shear Modulus, Infinitesimal Strain Theory, Plane Stress

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Tension test - standard specimen are placed in a tension-test machine where they are gripped at each end and pulled in the axial direction. Lo = gage l

View Document## PHYS 270 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Shear Stress, Stress Concentration, Rotational Symmetry

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Shear stress can be replace by an equivalent torque using an integral over the cross-sectional area. Let p represent the radial coordinate (the radius

View Document## PHYS 270 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Mechanical Equilibrium, Buckling, Cylinder Stress

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## PHYS 270 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Free Surface, Principal Curvature

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The line method procedure: you can find the normal and shear strains in the local coordinate system by following these, step 4: calculate normal and sh

View Document## PHYS 270 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Shear Stress, Cylinder Stress, Superposition Principle

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When problems involve a structural member subjected to axial, torsional and bending loads, the solution involves the superposition of stresses and stra

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