## Introduction to mechanics of deformable solids |

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Equating summation of forces to zero gives the axial stress aa and the

and the wall thickness tw. The symbol r represents equally well the inside radius r

„ or the ...

Equating summation of forces to zero gives the axial stress aa and the

**circumferential**stress ac in terms of the uniform interior pressure p, the radius r,and the wall thickness tw. The symbol r represents equally well the inside radius r

„ or the ...

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The picture for the

first glance be mistaken for the uniaxial tension curve. The yield stress or yield

strength will be nearly the same, and the slope in the elastic range as well as the

...

The picture for the

**circumferential**quantities has a familiar shape and might atfirst glance be mistaken for the uniaxial tension curve. The yield stress or yield

strength will be nearly the same, and the slope in the elastic range as well as the

...

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9.4

p.L = 2.20.x,,. metric that you can analyze it fully as a straightforward boundary-

value problem of mechanics of solids rather than treat it as an assemblage of ...

9.4

**Circumferential**stress at at the limit pressure p.1 (pj =0). (a) p.£ = 0.8 W0; (6)p.L = 2.20.x,,. metric that you can analyze it fully as a straightforward boundary-

value problem of mechanics of solids rather than treat it as an assemblage of ...

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