## Introduction to Mechanics of Deformable Solids |

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162 8 . 3 Independent Derivation for

Cross Sections 169 8 . 5 Torsion Problems 172 chapter 9 Thick - walled pressure

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**Solid**Bars and Thick - walled Tubes as Assemblages of Thin - walled Tubes162 8 . 3 Independent Derivation for

**Solid**Circular Shaft 167 8 . 4 NoncircularCross Sections 169 8 . 5 Torsion Problems 172 chapter 9 Thick - walled pressure

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T = T [ 1 - 4600 ] - To Ti = T

shafts of elastic - perfectly plastic material . Comparison between

hollow shaft ri = r . / 3 . 30 ' is so for the hollow shaft . 8 3gY Unloading from the

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T = T [ 1 - 4600 ] - To Ti = T

**solid**T hollow Fig . 8 . 7 Torque - twist curves forshafts of elastic - perfectly plastic material . Comparison between

**solid**shaft andhollow shaft ri = r . / 3 . 30 ' is so for the hollow shaft . 8 3gY Unloading from the

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