Dynamic Stress, Temperature Stress, and Experimental Methods


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Dynamic Stress, Temperature Stress, and Experimental Methods
10111021011120 Dynamic Stress, Temperature Stress, and Experimental MethodsDynamic loading, as mentioned previously, is defined as any loading during which the parts of the body cannot be considered to be in static equilibrium.
General Conditions It was further pointed out that two kinds of dynamic loading can be distinguished: (1) that in which the body has imposed upon it a particular kind of motion involving known accelerations, and (2) impact loading, of which sudden loading may be considered a special case.
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Tariq Siddiqui: Aircraft Materials and Analysis. Dynamic Stress, Temperature Stress, and Experimental Methods, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2015), AccessEngineering Export