## Introduction to Mechanics of Deformable Solids |

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Find the minimum thickness for a thin - walled sphere of 30 ft diameter to

interior pressure of 150 psi gage with a factor of safety of 2 against yielding . Give

all steps explicitly . A. Mild steel similar to 1020 HR B. 2024 - T4 5.3 At the ...

Find the minimum thickness for a thin - walled sphere of 30 ft diameter to

**carry**aninterior pressure of 150 psi gage with a factor of safety of 2 against yielding . Give

all steps explicitly . A. Mild steel similar to 1020 HR B. 2024 - T4 5.3 At the ...

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The force R can increase because the other tube continues to

until it , too , is at yield . At this stage R = Re , both tubes are at their maximum

load -

The force R can increase because the other tube continues to

**carry**more loaduntil it , too , is at yield . At this stage R = Re , both tubes are at their maximum

load -

**carrying**capacity , Rc = 001A1 + 002A , 001 ( 27ıtı ) + 002 ( 2 rata ) No ...Page 120

Any abrupt increase or decrease of load is

which cannot displace until some time ... of the bars are the same , and the

viscous elements which

response .

Any abrupt increase or decrease of load is

**carried**by the viscous component ,which cannot displace until some time ... of the bars are the same , and the

viscous elements which

**carry**all the stresses at the beginning have a linearresponse .

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