The connection between the form of the strength surface of an anisotropic material and the procedure of experimentally determining the starting parameters is examined. Strength surfaces which were constructed for a flat sheet of constructional plywood in four octants of stress space and strength surfaces constructed in three planes of symmetry for two fiberglass plastics in the third octant are shown.
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Ashkenazi, E.K., Myl'nikova, O.S. & Raikhel'gauz, R.S. Further studies on the strength geometry of anisotropic materials. Polymer Mechanics 12, 232–240 (1976). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00856458
- Anisotropic Material
- Stress Space
- Flat Sheet
- Strength Surface