## Elements of Natural Philosophy, Part 1 |

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Page 235

Hence a body of any shape , and of cubic content C , subjected throughout to a

uniform

f , g , a , b , c ) , experiences an amount of work equal to ( Pet Of + Rg + Sa + Tb +

...

Hence a body of any shape , and of cubic content C , subjected throughout to a

uniform

**stress**( P , Q , R , S , T , U ) while taking uniformly throughout a strain ( e ,f , g , a , b , c ) , experiences an amount of work equal to ( Pet Of + Rg + Sa + Tb +

...

Page 238

But , further , a cube cut from any position in it , and acted on by tangential or

distorting

experience simple deformation , or shear ( $ 150 ) , in the same direction ,

unaccompanied ...

But , further , a cube cut from any position in it , and acted on by tangential or

distorting

**stress**( § 633 ) in planes parallel to two pairs of its sides , mustexperience simple deformation , or shear ( $ 150 ) , in the same direction ,

unaccompanied ...

Page 239

these , and the amount of the distorting

amount of distortion measures the second . The numerical measure of the first is

the compressing pressure divided by the diminution of the bulk of a portion of the

...

these , and the amount of the distorting

**stress**required to produce a statedamount of distortion measures the second . The numerical measure of the first is

the compressing pressure divided by the diminution of the bulk of a portion of the

...

Page 243

In $$ 652,653 we examined the effect of a simple longitudinal

producing elongation in its own direction , and contraction 1 This decimal being

the weight in pounds of 12 cubic inches of water . The one great advantage of the

French ...

In $$ 652,653 we examined the effect of a simple longitudinal

**stress**, inproducing elongation in its own direction , and contraction 1 This decimal being

the weight in pounds of 12 cubic inches of water . The one great advantage of the

French ...

Page 244

And , to produce either of the distortions simply , since the measure ( § 154 ) of

each is ģe , requires a distorting

tangential tractions each equal to this amount , positive ( or drawing outwards ) in

the line ...

And , to produce either of the distortions simply , since the measure ( § 154 ) of

each is ģe , requires a distorting

**stress**equal to nx ge , which consists oftangential tractions each equal to this amount , positive ( or drawing outwards ) in

the line ...

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