Expression for Normal Stress and Tangential Stress – Principal Stresses and Planes

Expression for Normal Stress and Tangential Stress – Principal Stresses and Planes

100 thoughts on “Expression for Normal Stress and Tangential Stress – Principal Stresses and Planes”

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  2. Sir, how did you take sigma(t) in the negative x direction (5:23)? why not in the positive x direction?

  3. how to find moment of resistance if stress of timber is equal to stress of steel without the numeric value of stress only deep and width are given plz give me idea sir

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  6. why dont you tell the reasons of doing this exercise , i mean, whats the use of rotating the corridate system , the practical application of this exercise

  7. there is an error where you have refered to stress along x axis as normal stress at the point of equating stresses for equilibrium,but its a typo no change in results

  8. Sir , here in the formula of normal stress (formula no 1 )you have written + sign infront of the shear stress which must be – ( negative)

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