tangential stress


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tangential stress

[tan′jen·chəl ′stres]
(mechanics)

shear stress, shearing stress

The force per unit area of cross section which tends to produce shear.
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is the maximum tangential stress of surrounding rock, MPa; [[sigma].
Define a tangential stress in a selected element based on the fact that the axial moment of inertia for the rectangular cross section is
r[theta]0] are radial stress, tangential stress, and shear stress for Point 0, respectively.
The motion of a fluid can be obtained as a result of several effects such as various types of motion of the boundaries, application of a body force, wall that applies a tangential stress on the fluid or application of a pressure gradient.
However, because Hydra-Cell pumps have no rotating elements in contact with the pumped liquid and no tight internal tolerances, they can impose minimal tangential stress to cause shear.
The Three flange stresses are acted on flange are longitudinal hub stress, Radial stress, and Tangential stress.
Additional tangential stress was significantly lower than microscopic limit of elasticity and did not exceed (1/3)[[tau].
Substituting the value of (45) to equations (36), (37), (42) and (43) one gets the expression of dimensionless temperature, dimensionless unknown temperature, dimensionless radial stress and tangential stress, respectively, as
Understanding of tangential stress development is thus of practical significance for quality drying of wood, especially flat-sawn boards.