## Introduction to Mechanics of Deformable Solids |

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9.12 02 [ a : = TT 2v outward by a total force F. F pata2 + pr ( b2 – a2 ) a ( 62 a ) =

i pa a ? + a3 + b3 a4b3 + a3b2 Pi + P2 Pa ( 9.3 : 17 ) a3 + b3 Therefore a

compressive

motion w ...

9.12 02 [ a : = TT 2v outward by a total force F. F pata2 + pr ( b2 – a2 ) a ( 62 a ) =

i pa a ? + a3 + b3 a4b3 + a3b2 Pi + P2 Pa ( 9.3 : 17 ) a3 + b3 Therefore a

compressive

**axial force**of F – ( P1 + P2 ) is required to prevent relative axialmotion w ...

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4 / YIELD CURVES AND SURFACES ( IN STRESS SPACE ) Suppose now that a

number of closed - end thin - walled circular tubes of a particular structural metal

are tested under various combinations of

4 / YIELD CURVES AND SURFACES ( IN STRESS SPACE ) Suppose now that a

number of closed - end thin - walled circular tubes of a particular structural metal

are tested under various combinations of

**axial force**R , interior pressure p , and ...Page 404

16.2 Small deflection ,

compressive force P destabilizes . ... evaluation of the significance of the buckling

load as a criterion for the analysis and design of real rather than idealized

columns .

16.2 Small deflection ,

**axial force**plus bending . Tensile force R stabilizes ;compressive force P destabilizes . ... evaluation of the significance of the buckling

load as a criterion for the analysis and design of real rather than idealized

columns .

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