Photo-Elasticity and its Application to Certain Problems in Structural Engineering

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Photo-Elasticity and its Application to Certain Problems in Structural Engineering

The Structural Engineer
Photo-Elasticity and its Application to Certain Problems in Structural Engineering
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Action of the plane polariscope-Behaviour of stressed material in polariscope -Isochromatic and isoclinic lines-The determination of the separate principal stresses- Optical system of a typical polariscope. A.W. Hendry

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