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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These stresses can be in the hoop direction (e.g., from the internal pressure), resulting in axial cracks in the axial direction (e.g., from land movement), resulting in circumferential cracks; or both in directions (e.g., the combined stresses or from dents), resulting in cracks at other orientations.
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:
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