## Introduction to Mechanics of Deformable Solids |

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2 / SOLID BARS AND THICK - WALLED TUBES AS ASSEMBLAGES OF

concentric

analogous to the ...

2 / SOLID BARS AND THICK - WALLED TUBES AS ASSEMBLAGES OF

**THIN**-**WALLED**TUBES The extension of the previous results to any number ofconcentric

**thin**-**walled**tubes is straightforward . Again , the situation isanalogous to the ...

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1 / THICK - WALLED SPHERE The assembling of individually homogeneous

bars in tension and compression to form a beam was reasonably straightforward .

The assembling of homogeneous isotropic

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1 / THICK - WALLED SPHERE The assembling of individually homogeneous

bars in tension and compression to form a beam was reasonably straightforward .

The assembling of homogeneous isotropic

**thin**-**walled**tubes in torsion to form a...

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Numbers obtained , however , cannot be expected to come very close to the real

problem for so crude a model Fixed spacing of two

seem possible for the simulation of the thick -

Numbers obtained , however , cannot be expected to come very close to the real

problem for so crude a model Fixed spacing of two

**thin**shells Many choicesseem possible for the simulation of the thick -

**walled**homogeneous sphere of ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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