Strains are measured by strain gage elements, Physics

A rectangular rosette is mounted on a test structure as shown, loads are applied, and the following strains are measured by strain gage elements 1, 2, and 3:

ε1= 1500 μm/ m ε2 = 2800 μm/m ε3 = 200 μm/m

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Determine

γxy

 

 

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