## Introduction to Mechanics of Deformable Solids |

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3 At the working load in

need to know the answer to

thickness . C . Compute the change in interior volume . 5 . 4 What is the factor of ...

3 At the working load in

**Prob**. 5 . 2 : A . Compute the change in diameter . Do youneed to know the answer to

**Prob**. 5 . 2 first ? B . Compute the change in wallthickness . C . Compute the change in interior volume . 5 . 4 What is the factor of ...

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4 Parts of

curve of 6061 - T4 as sketched in Fig . 2 . 5 . 12 . 5 Convert path ( i ) of

1 to a path in principal - stress space . Compute the strains at the end of path ( i )

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4 Parts of

**Probs**. 12 . 1 , 12 . 2 , or 12 . 3B as assigned , but with the stress - straincurve of 6061 - T4 as sketched in Fig . 2 . 5 . 12 . 5 Convert path ( i ) of

**Prob**. 12 .1 to a path in principal - stress space . Compute the strains at the end of path ( i )

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C . If you solved

36 Parts of

plane loading ( Problem 1 . 2 ) . 14 . 37 A . Suppose the material of the frame of ...

C . If you solved

**Prob**. 1 . 1 previously , evaluate the answer you gave then . 14 .36 Parts of

**Prob**. 14 . 35 as assigned , but for the added complication of out - of -plane loading ( Problem 1 . 2 ) . 14 . 37 A . Suppose the material of the frame of ...

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