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October 15, 2012

Line 22f1fa19c3f Mohr’s Circle Method Two Axis Core Design UFO Engine 5g WOW SETI

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Mohr’s circle method:
Mohr’s circle in this situation represents a stress state, on two axes – normal (σ) and shear (τ). A Mohr’s circle drawn according to the convention in Gere and Timoshenko [4] in shown below.

  

http://www.doitpoms.ac.uk/tlplib/metal-forming-1/rotate_axis.php

711 pm edt 22 July 2012

My thoughts:

This reminds me of the CORE of the UFO the part that floats within the rotating shell with spindles.

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Mohr’s circle method:

To see what wiki has on it:

Mohr’s circles for a three-dimensional state of stress

Quote WIKI

Mohr’s circle, named after Christian Otto Mohr, is a two-dimensional graphical representation of the state of stress at a point. The abscissa, 

, and ordinate, 

, of each point on the circle are the normal stress and shear stress components, respectively, acting on a particular cut plane with a unit vector 

 with components 

.

In other words, the circumference of the circle is the locus of points that represent the state of stress on individual planes at all their orientations, where the axes represent the principal axes of the stress element.

Karl Culmann was the first to conceive a graphical representation for stresses while considering longitudinal and vertical stresses in horizontal beams during bending.

Mohr’s contribution extended the use of this representation for both two- and three-dimensional stresses and developed a failure criterion based on the stress circle.[1]

There is also a similar Mohr’s circle for strain where x-axis depicts strain and the y-axis represents half of shear strain which can be found out by Generalised Hooke’s Law.

Other graphical methods for the representation of the stress state at a point include the Lame’s stress ellipsoid and Cauchy’s stress quadric.

Key words to Google from Mohr’s circle method
Bending
Shear strain
Generalised Hooke’s Law

Lame’s stress ellipsoid
Cauchy’s stress quadric

These key words will be covered in the next few videos.

mohrs circle method

mohrs circle method

Mohr’s circles for a three-dimensional state of stress

Mohr’s circles for a three-dimensional state of stress

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