## Introduction to Mechanics of Deformable Solids |

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3 Long , thin - walled

. 4 Typical cross section . The wall thickness tv is exaggerated to make the details

clearer . The mean radius r differs little from the outer or the inner radius . 4 .

3 Long , thin - walled

**circular**tube of homogeneous and isotropic material . Fig . 4. 4 Typical cross section . The wall thickness tv is exaggerated to make the details

clearer . The mean radius r differs little from the outer or the inner radius . 4 .

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5 T = 1 , r dA = 20 ( " r ? dr dA = 2mr dr would be indistinguishable in behavior

from a thick - walled tube or a solid

individual tube were the same and the change in diameter were proportional to

the ...

5 T = 1 , r dA = 20 ( " r ? dr dA = 2mr dr would be indistinguishable in behavior

from a thick - walled tube or a solid

**circular**bar if the change in length of eachindividual tube were the same and the change in diameter were proportional to

the ...

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Concentric

that no reliance can be placed on the main results of the

Concentric

**circular**tubes provide no guide to the solution , because only a**circular**solid or hollow shaft can result from their combination . It is easy to seethat no reliance can be placed on the main results of the

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