combined stresses

combined stresses

[kəm′bīnd ′stres·əz]
(mechanics)
Bending or twisting stresses in a structural member combined with direct tension or compression.

combined stresses

A stress state which cannot be represented by a single component of stress.
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After reviewing the design properties of common building materials, this technical engineering textbook progresses through direct stress analysis, direct shear, torsional shear, bending moments in beams, shearing stresses in beams, deformation under loads, combined stresses, statically indeterminate beams, columns, pressure vessels, and connections.
As part of the software joint integrity review process, BOLTRIGHT PRO will also display all of the relevant combined stresses, within the joint, once the bolt tightening is completed.
The criterion of failure for combined stresses as expressed in equation (2) that satisfies the requirement of stress invariants may be expressed in terms of compressive strength as:
the combined stresses or from dents), resulting in cracks at other orientations.
The subject of the public contract is the delivery of one (1) piece of the universal testing machine for cyclic loading and fatigue, which is a servo-hydraulic machine for mechanical tensile, torsion and combined stresses including software and hardware equipment (the "Equipment").
When a mixer is operating, the shaft is experiencing both bending and torsional stresses, therefore the maximum combined stresses in the shaft were found by the following equation:
In the long term, combined stresses associated with climate change are expected to decrease agricultural productivity in the Midwest.
But, like our immune systems in the case of chronic infections, coral reefs' combined stresses create inhospitable places for fish and other reef inhabitants; damaged reefs are ineffective barriers to waves, which can wipe out whole villages.
The combined stresses of the deep recession, credit quality challenges, and share insurance assessments have triggered more mergers due to financial problems but fewer strategic combinations.
Only 38% of grassland species mirrored the trend, reflecting the constraints of their severely-depleted habitat and suggesting that they now face a double threat from the combined stresses of habitat loss and climate adaptation.
Some computer models suggest that the combined stresses from this and the mascon could produce the strange radial ridge patterns we see.
Originally published in 1988 by Springer-Verlag, this reprinted engineering text was written for structural engineers, already familiar with the processes of elastic and plastic analysis and design of framed structures and reinforced concrete, but wishing to understand more about the elastic and plastic behavior of structural elements under combined stresses.

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