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stress curve in the notch effect?

stress curve in the notch effect?

stress curve in the notch effect?

i was trying to understand this stress curve in the notch effect. σy I can understand but σx and σt not. Could you please explain?

Thank you

RE: stress curve in the notch effect?

Poisson's ratio.
It exists in all stressed materials, not just at notches.


RE: stress curve in the notch effect?

This is an application where you have a tri-axial state of stress in material at a notch. You can search for this information and compare with uni-axial and bi-axial states of stress.

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