## Introduction to mechanics of deformable solids |

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A. Mild steel similar to 1020 HR B. 2024-T4 5.3 At the working load in

. Compute the change in diameter. Do you need to know the answer to

first? B. Compute the change in wall thickness. C. Compute the change in ...

A. Mild steel similar to 1020 HR B. 2024-T4 5.3 At the working load in

**Prob**. 5.2: A. Compute the change in diameter. Do you need to know the answer to

**Prob**. 5.2first? B. Compute the change in wall thickness. C. Compute the change in ...

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11.3 Given the information in

Determine each of the three principal stresses B. Find the maximum shear stress

rmax- C. On a sketch of the tube choose a point, and show the plane on which

each (ai ...

11.3 Given the information in

**Prob**. 4.9 on a thin-walled tube in torsion: A.Determine each of the three principal stresses B. Find the maximum shear stress

rmax- C. On a sketch of the tube choose a point, and show the plane on which

each (ai ...

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C. If you solved

Parts of

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. 14.36Parts of

**Prob**. 14.35 as assigned, but for the added complication of out-of-planeloading (Problem 1.2). 14.37 A. Suppose the material of the frame of

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