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A shear stress, often denoted τ (Greek: tau), is defined as the component of stress coplanar with a material cross section. Shear stress arises from the force ...

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Shear stress is a stress state where the stress is parallel to the surface of the material, as opposed to normal stress when the stress is perpendicular to the ...

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Shear Stress (t) is a measure of the force of friction from a fluid acting on a body in the path of that fluid. In the case of open channel flow, it is the force of moving ...

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shear stress (plural shear stresses). (physics) the component of stress that causes parallel layers of a material to move relative to each other in their own planes.

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DOI: 10.1615/AtoZ.s.shear_stress. Short-range forces, such as viscous forces, have a molecular origin and are, as a result, generally negligible unless there is ...

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1. n. [Drilling Fluids]. The force per unit area required to sustain a constant rate of fluid movement. Mathematically, shear stress can be defined as: τ = F/A,. where

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Accurate measurements of shear stress are crucial to NASA's and aircraft manufacturers' research into developing more efficient airplanes. Shear stress affects ...

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Shear stress and the endothelium. Vascular endothelial cells (ECs) in vivo are influenced by two distinct hemodynamic forces: cyclical strain due to vessel wall ...

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Shear stress definition, the external force acting on an object or surface parallel to the slope or plane in which it lies; the stress tending to produce shear.