## Introduction to Mechanics of Deformable Solids |

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3 The Thin - walled Circular Tube as a Test Specimen for

209 10 . 4 Yield Curves and Surfaces ( in Stress Space ) 210 Simplifications

resulting from ...

3 The Thin - walled Circular Tube as a Test Specimen for

**Stress**-**Strain****Relations**206 Axial symmetry 207 Radial or proportional loading 208 Isotropy209 10 . 4 Yield Curves and Surfaces ( in Stress Space ) 210 Simplifications

resulting from ...

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1 / RELATION TO THE GENERAL PROBLEM AND INTRODUCTION TO

GENERALIZED STRESS AND STRAIN The ... Considerations of equilibrium , of

strains and the deformations they are compatible with , and of

1 / RELATION TO THE GENERAL PROBLEM AND INTRODUCTION TO

GENERALIZED STRESS AND STRAIN The ... Considerations of equilibrium , of

strains and the deformations they are compatible with , and of

**stress**-**strain****relations**all ...Page 270

2 : 31 or 32 ) simply add to the strain in the

sections . 12 . 3 / NONLINEAR ISOTROPIC

MODIFICATION OF THE LINEAR The linear relations written and numbered in

the ...

2 : 31 or 32 ) simply add to the strain in the

**stress**-**strain relations**of this and allsections . 12 . 3 / NONLINEAR ISOTROPIC

**STRESS**-**STRAIN RELATIONS**BYMODIFICATION OF THE LINEAR The linear relations written and numbered in

the ...

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