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- Homework Statement
- This is more of a conceptual understanding. HW problems given do not deal with this specific scenario

- Relevant Equations
- σmax = (M*c)/I

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So currently I am trying to figure what occurs when two, perpendicular bending moments are applied to a hollow circular cross section (one about the z axis, and the other about y). I know that if I was dealing with a square cross-section, the stress caused by bending moment will be greatest at the corners and you simply add the max bending stress caused by each moment. But, for a circular cross section, I am unsure of the location of when the stresses are greatest. I attached a photo of what I am visualizing, thanks.

**hollow**circular cross sectionSo currently I am trying to figure what occurs when two, perpendicular bending moments are applied to a hollow circular cross section (one about the z axis, and the other about y). I know that if I was dealing with a square cross-section, the stress caused by bending moment will be greatest at the corners and you simply add the max bending stress caused by each moment. But, for a circular cross section, I am unsure of the location of when the stresses are greatest. I attached a photo of what I am visualizing, thanks.