1) Normal Stress:
Stress produced by loads acting normal to the cross-sectional area of the body.
A. Axial Stress:
When Direction of the load is along the axis of the member i.e. normal to the cross-section of the member where it is applied it is known as Axial Stress.
B. Bearing Stress:
Compressive Stress arising when one body is supported by another body is known as bearing stress.
C. Bending Stress:
Stresses that produces a net Bending Moment parallel to the cross-section of the body.
2) Shearing Stress:
Stress produced when the loads are applied along the surface plane of the body.
Following are the 2 types of Shearing Stress.
A. Direct Shear Stress:
Shear Stress caused by the direct action of the forces in trying to cut through the material.
B. Indirect Shear Stress: