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# Shear Strain (Due to Shear Stress And Torsional Stress)

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This is a presentation of Pre-stressed concrete lab of AUST CIVIL Department Students on shear Strain.hello i am Sabbir Karim with id 10.01.03.037

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### Transcript of "Shear Strain (Due to Shear Stress And Torsional Stress)"

1. 1. AHSANULLAH UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING CE-416 ; PRESTRESS CONCRETE LAB
2. 2. Presented By NAME NAME STUDENT ID STUDENT ID SECTION SECTION :: :: :: MD.SABBIR KARIM MD.SABBIR KARIM 10.01.03.037 10.01.03.037 A A
3. 3. TOPIC Shear Strain (Due to Shear Stress and Torsional Stress)
4. 4. Analysis of The Topic Shear Strain Shear Stress Torsional Stress
5. 5. Shear Stress Shear Stress  Is a measure of how much force is taken by an object of particular size  Is expressed by  Is shear force per unit area  Is defined mathematically ; F=Force A= Area Which is to get larger stress we have to increase the force and decrease the cross sectional area.
6. 6. Torsional Stress  A Specific type of Shear Stress in Which One end of a part is secured while the other end is Twisted
7. 7. Shear Strain Shear Strain is • Deformation of a solid body • Displacement of any plane relative to a second plane divided by the perpendicular distance between planes • Expressed by • In most engineering cases it is expresses as the % percent of the original length.
8. 8. Shear Strain Due to Shear Stress
9. 9. Shear Strain Due to Torsional Stress R = Deformation L = Length of the shaft
10. 10. How Strain Develops Applied Force Internal Force Shear Stress Shear Strain Deformation
11. 11. THANK YOU
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