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Stress analysis print that page

Modelling 1.2 Experimental testing 2 Factor of safety 3 Load transfer 4 Uniaxial stress 5 Plane stress 6 Plane strain 7 Stress transformation in plane stress and plane strain 8 Graphical representation of stress at a point 8.1 Mohr's circle 8.2 Lame's stress ellipsoid

wikipedia.org | 2011/7/12 9:29:41

Stress (mechanics) print that page

In continuum mechanics , stress is a measure of the internal forces acting within a deformable body . Quantitatively, it is a measure of the average force per unit area of a surface within the body on which internal forces act. These internal forces are a reaction to external forces applied

wikipedia.org | 2011/5/18 18:35:03

Lokomotiv Yaroslavl plane crash print that page

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The Lokomotiv Yaroslavl plane crash occurred at 16:05 Moscow Time on Wednesday, 7 September 2011, when a Yak-Service Yakovlev Yak-42 , carrying the players and coaching staff of the Lokomotiv Yaroslavl professional ice hockey team, crashed near the Russian city of Yaroslavl . The aircraft

Critical resolved shear stress print that page

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is the magnitude of the applied tensile stress, Φ is the angle between the normal of the slip plane and the direction of the applied force and λ is the angle between the slip plane direction and the direction of the applied force. [ edit ] References ^ Gottstein G., Physical Foundations

John F. Kennedy, Jr. plane crash print that page

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experience was about 310 hours, of which 55 hours were at night. His estimated experience flying his plane without a certified flight instructor (CFI) on board was about 72 hours. His estimated flight time in his plane was about 36 hours, of which 9.4 hours were at night. Approximately 3

Stress intensity factor print that page

opening ( tensile ) mode where the crack surfaces move directly apart. Mode II is a sliding (in plane shear ) mode where the crack surfaces slide over one another in a direction perpendicular to the leading edge of the crack. Mode III is a tearing ( antiplane shear ) mode where the crack surfaces

wikipedia.org | 2011/8/1 1:51:05

Lame's stress ellipsoid print that page

Once the equations of the ellipsoid is known, the magnitude of the stress vector can then be obtained for any plane passing through that point. To determine the equation of the stress ellipsoid we consider the coordinate axes taken in the directions of the principal axes, i.e., in a principal

wikipedia.org | 2011/7/19 22:44:57

Plane strain compression test print that page

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The plane strain compression test , also known as the Watts-Ford test , is an engineering test, and is a particularly specialized way of determining some of the material characteristics of the metal being tested, and its specialization can be summarized by this quote: The test is useful

Virial stress print that page

follows. The τ 11 component of stress is the force in the 1 direction divided by the area of a plane perpendicular to that direction. Consider two adjacent volumes separated by such a plane . The 11-component of stress on that interface is the sum of all pairwise forces between atoms on

wikipedia.org | 2010/9/25 20:35:38

Dislocation print that page

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Bristol . Some types of dislocations can be visualized as being caused by the termination of a plane of atoms in the middle of a crystal . In such a case, the surrounding planes are not straight, but instead bend around the edge of the terminating plane so that the crystal structure is