Principle stresses, Mechanical Engineering

Determine the bending  (o-, ) and shear stress ( Tx), ) at the surface element shown on the solid circular shaft below. Use Mohr's circle to determine the principle stresses, a l   , 62 , the maximum shear stress on the element, rim, , and the angle,  zero, among the plane shown and the plane of principle stresses. Use the following data

F = 20 kips

d = 16 in

L = 6 ft

c = 3 in

E = 29000 ksi

G = 11200 ksi



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