The principle stress is a maximum tension stress in a body where shear stress is zero and it acts on the principle plane. If a body is under both tension and shear then the principle stress is higher than the initial tension stress. You can calculate this and find the principle plane angle using Mohr Circle analysis or equations.
principle stress=pure normal stress no shear stress ... ...simpler terms, there are only stresses acting in and out of planes not directly on them....hope that helps
If there are several different sources of stress, the most important or largest source of stress might be identified as the principle stress.
the GAS principle
The major principal stress is the maximum normal stress occurring in an element, and the minor principal stress is the minimum normal stress in the element. Principal stresses act on the principal planes which are perpendicular to each other. Shear stresses are zero on the principal planes.
When a stress is placed on a system at equilibrium, the equilibrium shifts to relieve that stress.
in this stress the force acts parallel to the area on which the stress is measured. microscopically what takes place is that the material is made of several planes and during the shear stress the planes slip over each other like a pack of cards until finally failing.
Planes were airplanes or aircraft. Suicide planes were called "Kamikazes."
Le Chatalier's principle can be stated as follows: When a system at equilibrium is disturbed by application of a stress, it attains a new equilibrium position that minimizes the stress.
A line is the intersection of two planes. The angle between the planes is called the "dihedral angle".
The collective noun for a group of planes is a fleetof planes.
The Overload Principle
Those are parallel planes.
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The US military has planes the hover. I think they are called 'hover craft'. It would be the same principle that enables a helecopter to hover, so hovering is not a big mystery.
That is stress in three dimensions. Biaxial stress is in two dimensions. Triaxial stress has normal and shear stresses along each of three planes. Most beams can be analyzed with uniaxial stress; plates with biaxial; solids with triaxial
The stress on a syllable can be called an accent.
Bad stress is technically called "Distress". Good stress is technically called "Eustress".
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A line, or intersecting planes.
The principle is called checks and balances
The GAs principle states that we all undergo stress in three stages