Tag Archive for Tag: Shear Stress

Tag: Shear Stress No shear connection

We assume first that there is no shear connection or friction on the interface AB. The upper beam cannot deflect more than the lower one, so each carries load w/2 per unit length as if it were an isolated beam of second moment of area bh3/12, and the vertical compressive stress across the interface is w/2b. The midspan bending moment

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Tag: Shear Stress Shear Stresses in Beams

In addition to normal stresses (Art. 3.16), beams are subjected to shearing. Shear stresses vary over the cross section of a beam. At every point in the section, there are both a vertical and a horizontal shear stress, equal in magnitude [Eq. (3.37)].

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Tag: Shear Stress Principal Stresses and Maximum Shear Stress

When stress components relative to a defined set of axes are given at any point in a condition of plane stress or plane strain (see Art. 3.10), this state of stress may be expressed with respect to a different set of axes that lie in the same plane. For example, the state of stress at point O in Fig. 3.15a may be expressed

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