In Chapter 2 to Chapter 5, we looked at the various types of stresses: axial, torsion, bending and transverse shear. In Chapter 6, we looked at all these stresses acting to give a combined state-of-stress.
Here in Chapter 7, we will be looking at “transforming” this state-of-stress. Don’t worry, we don’t need Optimus Prime to do it, but just some equations and tools:
In Chapter 2 to Chapter 5, we looked at the various types of stresses: axial, torsion, bending and transverse shear. In Chapter 6, we looked at all these stresses acting to give a combined state-of-stress.
Here in Chapter 7, we will be looking at “transforming” this state-of-stress. Don’t worry, we don’t need Optimus Prime to do it, but just some equations and tools: