Direct and bending stresses, Mechanical Engineering

Direct and Bending Stresses:

  • defined neutral axis,
  • introduced the influence of axial force and bending moment on different sections,
  • attained the core or kernel of different sections,
  • determined the stress distribution on different cross-sections because of axial force & bending moment, and
  • Obtained stress distribution on walls and pillars because of wind forces.
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