greater than 80 less than 80 greater than 180 greater than 129

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0.5 x stress x strain 0.5 x stress x volume 0.5 x strain x volume 0.5 x stress x strain x volume

1/4 time 1/8 time 4 times 8 times

maximum principal strain theory shear strain energy theory maximum principal stress theory maximum shear stress theory

pure shear uniaxial stress only equal and opposite axial stresses on two mutually perpendicular planes, the planes being free of shear equal axial stresses on two mutually perpendicular planes, the planes being free of shear

Creep is deformation due to high temperature under no stress condition Creep is time dependent deformation under stress Creep is independent of temperature For a given level of stress, the rate of creep is independent of time

rectangle circle ellipse hexagon

cantilever beam simply supported beam continuous beam fixed beam

normal thrust and shear force shear force and bending moment normal thrust and bending moment normal thrust, shear force and bending moment

to reduce bending moment throughout to increase bending moment throughout to increase shear force to decrease shear force

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