## Introduction to Mechanics of Deformable Solids |

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6 Tær and Tar are

and uniformity along the length of the tube . and of uniformity along the length . It

is valid , therefore , even in a disturbed end region . Both the outer and the inner ...

6 Tær and Tar are

**zero**at the inner and outer radius independently of symmetryand uniformity along the length of the tube . and of uniformity along the length . It

is valid , therefore , even in a disturbed end region . Both the outer and the inner ...

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5 ( no change in volume ) , the axial strain is

and opposite to the circumferential . Now consider inelastic behavior with its

insensitivity to a hydrostatic pressure po . Inelastic deformation under stresses Oc

, ca ...

5 ( no change in volume ) , the axial strain is

**zero**and the radial strain is equaland opposite to the circumferential . Now consider inelastic behavior with its

insensitivity to a hydrostatic pressure po . Inelastic deformation under stresses Oc

, ca ...

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If

square , the right angle between the edge parallel to the axis of the shaft and

each of the perpendicular lines on the faces prior to twisting must remain a right ...

If

**zero**shear strain is to correspond to the**zero**shear stress at the corners of thesquare , the right angle between the edge parallel to the axis of the shaft and

each of the perpendicular lines on the faces prior to twisting must remain a right ...

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