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In this analysis, I assumed pure bending. This was probably not too good an approximation because of the stubbiness of the plate. Probably shear bending was a factor too. For a failure criterion, I used von Mises.

sir, it turns out this is way more complicated than i initially predicted

the physics teacher i know said he couldn't figure it out, he had never encountered such problem ever in his life

he just kept saying sorry...

i actually might do a real life test with small pieces but... would it just be multiplying the figure to thicker plates...

not sure it would be purely proportional

for example, if i tested 10x10x2 (cm) piece and get required force to break x

would it take 2x force for granite piece 10x10x4

that's only thinking aboout thickness alone, what about 20x20x4

would it apply the same?? just simply by multiplying the force x proportional to the size?

if i try two different tests with different dimension and observe that the value increased is proportional, then hm... i guess.. that's actually good idea :D