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Old   January 26, 2000, 09:16
Default Bidirectional stresses??
Francisco Saldarriaga
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Question: In solid mechanics, I have always heard about bidirectional stresses which I identify as stresses in two directions, Could anyone share some light how it works in a fluid? I understand it as a deformation changing one element lets say from square to romboid as a force is applied. Is this parallel scenario real?
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