## Introduction to mechanics of deformable solids |

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Axial symmetry with N = 0 requires the total axial force on the shaded area of the

cross section in Fig. 4.4 to be

requires <Tx = 0 at each point of the cross section. Therefore, of all the stress ...

Axial symmetry with N = 0 requires the total axial force on the shaded area of the

cross section in Fig. 4.4 to be

**zero**. Constancy of ax in the radial direction thenrequires <Tx = 0 at each point of the cross section. Therefore, of all the stress ...

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+ <*c - pO "a + "a ~ Vl Observe that, for the incompressible case of v = 0.5 (no

change in volume), the axial strain is

opposite to the circumferential. Now consider inelastic behavior with its

insensitivity to a ...

+ <*c - pO "a + "a ~ Vl Observe that, for the incompressible case of v = 0.5 (no

change in volume), the axial strain is

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

insensitivity to a ...

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Daniel Charles Drucker. A Symmetry and antisymmetry are satisfied. Rotation of

90° about the axis of the shaft leaves the picture unchanged, as does end-for-end

rotation about A-A'. If

Daniel Charles Drucker. A Symmetry and antisymmetry are satisfied. Rotation of

90° about the axis of the shaft leaves the picture unchanged, as does end-for-end

rotation about A-A'. If

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