Questions › Category: Strength of MaterialsFilter:AllOpenResolvedClosedUnansweredSort byViewsAnswersVotesTotal strain energy theory for the failure of a material at elastic limit is known asOpenVideRime asked 2 years ago • Civil Engineering, Strength of Materials27 views0 answers0 votesA cantilever beam of span ‘I’ subjected to concentrated load ‘W’ at a distance ‘a’ from fixed end, the deflection under the point load isOpenVideRime asked 2 years ago • Civil Engineering, Strength of Materials24 views0 answers0 votesThe state of pure shear stress is produced byOpenVideRime asked 2 years ago • Civil Engineering, Strength of Materials27 views0 answers0 votesThe angle between the principal plane and the plane of maximum shear isOpenVideRime asked 2 years ago • Civil Engineering, Strength of Materials29 views0 answers0 votesShear strain energy theory for the failure of a material at elastic limit is due toOpenVideRime asked 2 years ago • Civil Engineering, Strength of Materials25 views0 answers0 votesThe tangential component of stress on an plane inclined θ ° to the direction of the force, may be obtained by multiplying the normal stress byOpenVideRime asked 2 years ago • Civil Engineering, Strength of Materials57 views0 answers0 votesWhich of the following statements is true? a) Shear stress on principal planes is zeroOpenVideRime asked 2 years ago • Civil Engineering, Strength of Materials25 views0 answers0 votesA material fail if________________OpenVideRime asked 2 years ago • Civil Engineering, Strength of Materials40 views0 answers0 votesMaximum strain energy theory for the failure of a material at the elastic limit is known asOpenVideRime asked 2 years ago • Civil Engineering, Strength of Materials25 views0 answers0 votesIf normal stresses due to longitudinal and transverse loads on a bar are σ1 and σ2 respectively, the tangential component of the stress on an inclined plan θ °, the longitudinal load isOpenVideRime asked 2 years ago • Civil Engineering, Strength of Materials82 views0 answers0 votes