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12.

1 The stresses shown in the figure act at a point in a stressed


body. Using the equilibrium equation approach, determine the
normal and shear stresses at this point on the inclined plane shown.

Fig. P12.1

Solution
Fn = n dA (215 MPa) cos 25(dA cos 25) (70 MPa) sin 25(dA sin 25) = 0

n = 189.1021 MPa = 189.1 MPa (T)

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Ft = nt dA + (215 MPa)sin 25(dA cos 25) (70 MPa) cos 25(dA sin 25) = 0

nt = 55.5382 MPa = 55.5 MPa

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12.2 The stresses shown in the figure act at a point in a stressed


body. Using the equilibrium equation approach, determine the
normal and shear stresses at this point on the inclined plane shown.

Fig. P12.2

Solution
Fn = n dA + (3, 000 psi) cos 70(dA cos 70) (1, 600 psi)sin 70(dA sin 70) = 0

n = 1, 061.9022 psi = 1, 062 psi (T)

Ans.

Ft = nt dA + (3, 000 psi) sin 70(dA cos 70) + (1, 600 psi) cos 70(dA sin 70) = 0

nt = 1, 478.4115 psi = 1, 478 psi

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12.3 The stresses shown in the figure act at a point in a stressed


body. Using the equilibrium equation approach, determine the
normal and shear stresses at this point on the inclined plane shown.

Fig. P12.3

Solution
Fn = n dA (190 MPa) cos 40(dA cos 40) + (320 MPa)sin 40(dA sin 40) = 0

n = 20.7197 MPa = 20.7 MPa (C)

Ans.

Ft = nt dA (190 MPa)sin 40(dA cos 40) (320 MPa) cos 40(dA sin 40) = 0

nt = 251.1260 MPa = 251 MPa

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12.4 The stresses shown in the figure act at a point in a stressed


body. Using the equilibrium equation approach, determine the
normal and shear stresses at this point on the inclined plane shown.

Fig. P12.4

Solution
Fn = n dA + (21.0 ksi) cos 55(dA cos 55) + (12.5 ksi)sin 55(dA sin 55) = 0

n = 15.2964 ksi = 15.30 ksi (C)

Ans.

Ft = nt dA (21.0 ksi) sin 55(dA cos 55) + (12.5 ksi) cos 55(dA sin 55) = 0

nt = 3.9937 ksi = 3.99 ksi

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12.5 The stresses shown in the figure act at a point in a stressed


body. Using the equilibrium equation approach, determine the
normal and shear stresses at this point on the inclined plane shown.
Fig. P12.5

Solution
Fn = n dA (270 MPa) cos 30(dA cos 30)
(125 MPa) sin 30(dA cos 30) (125 MPa) cos 30(dA sin 30) = 0

n = 310.7532 MPa = 311 MPa (T)

Ans.

Ft = nt dA + (270 MPa) sin 30(dA cos 30)


(125 MPa) cos 30(dA cos 30) + (125 MPa) sin 30(dA sin 30) = 0

nt = 54.4134 MPa = 54.4 MPa

Ans.

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12.6 The stresses shown in the figure act at a point in a stressed


body. Using the equilibrium equation approach, determine the
normal and shear stresses at this point on the inclined plane shown.

Fig. P12.6

Solution
Fn = n dA (2,300 psi) cos 55(dA cos 55) (900 psi) sin 55(dA sin 55)
+ (400 psi) sin 55(dA cos 55) + (400 psi) cos 55(dA sin 55) = 0

n = 984.7089 psi = 985 psi (T)

Ans.

Ft = nt dA + (2,300 psi)sin 55(dA cos 55) (900 psi) cos 55(dA sin 55)
+ (400 psi) cos 55(dA cos 55) (400 psi) sin 55(dA sin 55) = 0

nt = 520.9768 psi = 521 psi

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12.7 The stresses shown in the figure act at a point in a stressed


body. Using the equilibrium equation approach, determine the
normal and shear stresses at this point on the inclined plane shown.

Fig. P12.7

Solution
Fn = n dA (35 MPa)sin 75(dA sin 75)
+ (25 MPa)sin 75(dA cos 75) + (25 MPa) cos 75(dA sin 75) = 0

n = 20.1554 MPa = 20.2 MPa (T)

Ans.

Ft = nt dA + (35 MPa) cos 75(dA sin 75)


(25 MPa) cos 75(dA cos 75) + (25 MPa)sin 75(dA sin 75) = 0

nt = 30.4006 MPa = 30.4 MPa

Ans.

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12.8 The stresses shown in the figure act at a point in a stressed


body. Using the equilibrium equation approach, determine the
normal and shear stresses at this point on the inclined plane shown.

Fig. P12.8

Solution
Fn = n dA + (7.4 ksi) cos 25(dA cos 25) (14.6 ksi) sin 25(dA sin 25)
(9.3 ksi)sin 25(dA cos 25) (9.3 ksi) cos 25(dA sin 25) = 0

n = 3.6535 ksi = 3.65 ksi (T)

Ans.

Ft = nt dA + (7.4 ksi) sin 25(dA cos 25) + (14.6 ksi) cos 25(dA sin 25)
+ (9.3 ksi) cos 25(dA cos 25) (9.3 ksi)sin 25(dA sin 25) = 0

nt = 14.4044 ksi = 14.40 ksi

Ans.

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