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# Prestress concrete design sessional (Shear Stress)

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A clear and basic concept of shear stress with simple figures and conceptual terms. Its nothing hard to know about Shear Stress from this presentation. Hope you will enjoy. Get set & Go. :P

A clear and basic concept of shear stress with simple figures and conceptual terms. Its nothing hard to know about Shear Stress from this presentation. Hope you will enjoy. Get set & Go. :P

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• 1. PRESTRESS CONCRETE DESIGN SESSIONAL CE-
• 2. Submitted to : Munshi Galib Muktadir & Sabreena Nasrin
• 3. Student’s Info. Saiful Amin ID: Department of Civil Engineering Ahsanullah University of Science & Technology
• 4. TOPIC SHEAR STRESS
• 5. Contents: A. B. C. D. E. Definition Symbol & Unit Types Shear Stress on Wooden Beam Equations of Shear Stresses
• 6. What does Shear Stress mean? shear stress, force tending to cause deformation of a material by slippage along a plane or planes parallel to the imposed stress .
• 7. What Physics Says: By the language of Physics, shear stress is a stress state in which the shape of a material tends to change (usually by "sliding" forces -- torque by transverselyacting forces) without particular volume change
• 8. EASY TO KNOW :
• 9. Symbol & Unit Usually Shear Stress is dinoted by : Unit : Pascal
• 10. TYPES Basically there are Stresses a) b) types of Shear Horizontal Shear Stress Transverse Shear Stress
• 11. Horizontal Shear Stress
• 12. How it works in a wooden beam
• 13. Shear Stress on Element
• 14. Shear Stresses in Beams
• 15. Formulae:
• 16. From figure,we can notice that, a) There will be Shear Stresses acting at every cross section of the beam and the resultant shear stress at every cross section what gives a shear force. b) At top phase the shear stress(horizontal) is tends to zero .
• 17. FAILURES BY SHEAR STRESS:
• 18. FAILURES BY SHEAR STRESS:
• 19. SOIL FAILURES BY SHEAR STRESS:
• 20. Thanks Everyone 