Strength of Materials Test Questions

Q.  In simple tensile test, when maximum principle stress reaches the value of yield point, the material subjected to complex stresses fail. This theory is called as ________.

a. Coulumb's theory
b. Rankine's theory
c. Venant's theory
d. Von Mises theory


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