## Introduction to mechanics of deformable solids |

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If

independent material, the curve is very much like one for uniaxial tension or

compression or simple shear. If, instead, a is plotted against e, the picture has the

same ...

If

**interior pressure**is plotted against diametral expansion for a ductile time-independent material, the curve is very much like one for uniaxial tension or

compression or simple shear. If, instead, a is plotted against e, the picture has the

same ...

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Next in logical sequence to the topics covered previously is the assembling of

homogeneous isotropic thin-walled

under

...

Next in logical sequence to the topics covered previously is the assembling of

homogeneous isotropic thin-walled

**pressure**vessels into thick- walled vesselsunder

**interior**and exterior**pressure**. Consider a symmetric thick-walled sphere of...

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and the pressure required at r = a to produce this fully plastic state is the plastic-

limit pressure paL, ^ = 2/n- (9.1:9) (T0 a as shown by the curve labeled Exact in

Fig. 9.3. Very high

and the pressure required at r = a to produce this fully plastic state is the plastic-

limit pressure paL, ^ = 2/n- (9.1:9) (T0 a as shown by the curve labeled Exact in

Fig. 9.3. Very high

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