By T.H.G. Megson
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For example, the uniform stress in the member supporting a tensile load P in Fig. 3 is found by applying one equation of equilibrium and a boundary condition. This system is therefore statically determinate. Statically indeterminate systems require the use of some, if not all, of the other equations involving strain-displacement and stress-strain relationships. However, whether the system be statically determinate or not, stress-strain relationships are necessary to determine deflections. The role of the six auxiliary compatibility equations will be discussed when actual elasticity problems are formulated in Chapter 2.
2 What do you understand by an Airy stress function in two dimensions? A beam of length 1, with a thin rectangular cross-section, is built-in at the end x = 0 and loaded at the tip by a vertical force P (Fig. 2). Show that the stress distribution, as calculated by simple beam theory, can be represented by the expression q5 = Ay3 + By3x+ C ~ X as an Airy stress function and determine the coefficients A , B, C . Ans. A = 2Pl/td3, B = -2P/td3, C = 3P/2td Y I Fig. 3 A thin rectangular plate of unit thickness (Fig.
10 Compatibility equations .. - . ,. , . 9 we expressed the six components of strain at a point in a deformable body in terms of the three components of displacement at that point, u, v and w. We have supposed that the body remains continuous during the deformation so that no voids are formed. It follows that each component, u, v and w,must be a continuous, single-valued function or, in quantitative terms If voids were formed then displacements in regions of the body separated by the voids would be expressed as different functions of x,y and z.