By Prof L S Srinath
This e-book is designed to supply a very good origin in Mechanics of Deformable Solids after an introductory path on energy of Materials. This variation has been revised and enlarged to make it a complete resource at the topic. Exhaustive remedy of crucial issues like theories of failure, strength tools, thermal stresses, tension focus, touch stresses, fracture mechanics make this a whole delivering at the topic.
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23), then mx = α x0 σ1 , my = α y0 σ2 , mz = α z0 σ3 Ellipsoid Surface lle para n m l to m L (x0, y0 , z ) 0 P Q Stress-director Surface Fig. 23 Stress director surface and ellipsoid surface 38 Advanced Mechanics of Solids Consider a plane through P with normal parallel to m. e. the components of stress on the plane with normal m are proportional to the coordinates (x0, y0, z0). Hence the stress-director surface has the following property. L(x0, y0, z0) is a point on the stress-director surface.
N (ii) The normal to the surface at Q is parallel to the resultant stress vector T on the plane with normal PQ. Therefore, the stress surface of Cauchy completely defines the state of stress at P. It would be of interest to know the shape of the stress surface for different states of stress. This aspect will be discussed in Appendix 3. 24 LAME’S ELLIPSOID Let Pxyz be a coordinate frame of reference at point P, parallel to the principal axes at P. On a plane passing through P with normal n, the resultant stress vector n is T and its components, according to Eq.
E. the body having the plane stress state), the stress components sx, sy and txy must be consistent with the externally applied forces at a boundary point. 30. At a boundary point P, the outward drawn normal is n. Let Fx and Fy be the components of the surface forces per unit area at this point. y Fy P Fy n sx Fx n Fx txy P1 o x sy (b) (a) Fig. 30 (a) Element near a boundary point (b) Free body diagram Fx and Fy must be continuations of the stresses sx, sy and txy at the boundary. 29 EQUATIONS OF EQUILIBRIUM IN CYLINDRICAL COORDINATES Till this section, we have been using a rectangular or the Cartesian frame of reference for analyses.
Advanced mechanics of solids by Prof L S Srinath