GATE2016-3-8

T he state of stress at a point on an element is shown in figure (a). The same state of stress is shown in another coordinate system in figure (b).

The components $(\tau _{xx},\tau_{yy},\tau _{xy})$  are given by

1. $(p/\sqrt{2},-p/\sqrt{2},0)$
2. $(0,0,p)$
3. $(p,-p,p/\sqrt{2})$
4. $(0,0,p/\sqrt{2})$

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