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Strain Energy

The external work done on an elastic member in causing it to distort from its unstressed state is transformed into strain energy which is a form of

potential energy. The strain energy in the form of elastic deformation is mostly recoverable in the form of mechanical work.

Nomenclature

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F = Axial Force (N)

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G = Modulus of Rigidity (N/m )(m)

I = Moment of Inertia (m4)(m)

l = length (m)

M = moment (Nm)

V = Traverse Shear force Force (N)

x = distance from along beam (m)

z = distance from neutral (m)

γ = Angular strain = δ/l

δ = deflection (m)

τ = shear stress (N/m2)

τ max = Max shear stress (N/m2)

θ = Deflection (radians)

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Consider a beam subject to traverse shear loading as shown. The beam is subject to stresses as a result of bending moments. It is also subject

to stresses as a result of traverse shear load. These notes only relate to the stresses due to the traverse shear load.

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There is a linear distribution of axial stress σx at a section at a distance x along the beam =

Along the slice dx the axial stress increases to (M + Vdx)z/ I . Thus along the slice dx there is a increase in axial stress of [(Vdx)z] / I.

The total increase in axial force over slice dx for the section of the beam from z1 to the outer fibre of the beam is balanced by a shear force = τ xz

w dx as shown below.

Solving for τ xz

The maximum shear stress is at the neutral axis when z1 = 0 and the minimum shear stress is at the outer fibre when z1 = c.

The equation for shear stress at any distance z from the neutral axis for a rectangular suction, with

constant width b,subject to a traverse shear force V is as shown below.

To obtain the strain energy substitute this equation into that derived for direct shear

For the solid rectangle ( c = h/2, width = b, height = h, and length = x )subject to a traverse force V load along its length the strain energy = ...

Using similar principles the strain energy for different sections subject to traverse shear can be identified as shown below

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Comparing the strain energy due to direct shear in a beam and that due to bending:

For the simply supported rectangular section beam with a central traverse force of 2V of length l the strain energy due to bending and due to

traverse shear as shown below.

For a simply supported rectangular beam loaded, with single central load, The strain energy resulting from the bending moments is [l2 /h2]/3

times that due to traverse shear loading. For a typical beam of l/h ratio = 10 the bending shear energy is 33 times the traverse force shear

energy. The traverse force shear energy can be neglected for most beams of significant length.

Summary

The strain energy in a member or component for each type is loading is shown below:

Note :The constant K for the traverse shear option is shown in the section on traverse shear above. For a Structural section (K = 1)

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