## Introduction to mechanics of deformable solids |

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Equating summation of forces to zero gives the axial stress <Ta and the

circumferential stress ac in terms of the uniform interior pressure p, the radius r,

and the wall ... The circumferential

large.

Equating summation of forces to zero gives the axial stress <Ta and the

circumferential stress ac in terms of the uniform interior pressure p, the radius r,

and the wall ... The circumferential

**tensile stress**ac in the cylinder is twice aslarge.

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11.1 Principal planes and principal stresses. the yield stress in any one of the

small sectors AOB', B'OC, COB, ... of Fig. 10.10 is ... Suppose that a material

fractures when the maximum

11.1 Principal planes and principal stresses. the yield stress in any one of the

small sectors AOB', B'OC, COB, ... of Fig. 10.10 is ... Suppose that a material

fractures when the maximum

**tensile stress**exceeds a limiting value. How is the ...Page 443

Stress, biaxial, 63, 223 component transformation, 240 generalized, 322-328, 6,

89 on inclined plane, biaxial stress, 224, ... 33 on

strength, 84 Tensile force, 5 Tensile fracture in torsion, 67

, ...

Stress, biaxial, 63, 223 component transformation, 240 generalized, 322-328, 6,

89 on inclined plane, biaxial stress, 224, ... 33 on

**tensile strength**, 85 on yieldstrength, 84 Tensile force, 5 Tensile fracture in torsion, 67

**Tensile strength**, 14, 85, ...

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