## Introduction to Mechanics of Deformable Solids |

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Page 86

Of course , the changes in dimension due to stress must be

regard to the temperature at the time . True elastic properties are fairly insensitive

to temperature change and often are taken as completely independent of ...

Of course , the changes in dimension due to stress must be

**computed**with dueregard to the temperature at the time . True elastic properties are fairly insensitive

to temperature change and often are taken as completely independent of ...

Page 87

2 : A .

. 5 . 2 first ? B .

in interior volume . 5 . 4 What is the factor of safety against rupture in Prob . 5 .

2 : A .

**Compute**the change in diameter . Do you need to know the answer to Prob. 5 . 2 first ? B .

**Compute**the change in wall thickness . C .**Compute**the changein interior volume . 5 . 4 What is the factor of safety against rupture in Prob . 5 .

Page 329

All the needed relations can be

solving problems numerically . Analytic solution is possible when the further

approximation is made of replacing the moment - curvature or torque - twist curve

by ...

All the needed relations can be

**computed**and drawn or tabulated for use insolving problems numerically . Analytic solution is possible when the further

approximation is made of replacing the moment - curvature or torque - twist curve

by ...

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