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We shall present here some illustrative examples of the linear case. 82a) τxy,x + σy,y + τyz,z +Yb = 0, τxz,x + τyz,y + σz,z + Zb = 0. 82c) 18 1. Fundamentals of Anisotropic Elasticity and Analytical Methodologies Note that for the present linear Cartesian case, moment differential equilibrium may be easily seen as a direct consequence of the stress tensor symmetry. 82a–c) may be derived from an integral (“static”) equilibrium that is written with the aid of the body and the surface loads that act over the volume of each material point, and over the outer surface of the body.
2 Visualizing the State of Stress at a Point Many visualization methods of the state of stress at a point have been discussed extensively in the literature. In view of the powerful modern visualization tools, the classical methods seem less attractive and important. We will describe the main ideas in this area briefly. A good starting point is the examination of the stresses over a face of an infinitesimal cube having general orientation so that the normal to the face under discussion is oriented at the x direction as shown in Fig.
117) As a second step, we define σN = σ11 as the normal stress obtained in the x-direction of the new system by rotating the coordinate system with the above angles. 118) A2 σ11 = σP1 x2 + σP2 y2 + σP3 z2 . 117) We shall now call for σ11 to be proportional to the inverse of A, namely, σ11 = c/A2 where c is a normalization constant that may take both positive and negative values. Such a requirement yields a relatively simple quadratic surface, which is given by σP1 x2 + σP2 y2 + σP3 z2 = c. 120) The above surface may be classified by the four types: (1) ellipsoid, (2) unparted and biparted hyperboloids, (3) cylinder over ellipse, (4) hyperbola and parallel planes.