## Introduction to mechanics of deformable solids |

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the

. Take the three components of stress at each point in section C" to be the normal

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the

**cross section**C of the length BC (Fig. 4.3). To distinguish it from the same**cross section**C appearing in the length CD, it is labeled as C" in Figs. 4.3 and 4.5. Take the three components of stress at each point in section C" to be the normal

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Instead, one circle in one

the angular rotations of all the other circles measured with respect to it. Do the

outer and the inner circles at a given

Instead, one circle in one

**cross section**of the tube can be taken as reference andthe angular rotations of all the other circles measured with respect to it. Do the

outer and the inner circles at a given

**cross section**, as well as the concentric ...Page 168

8.9 Axial symmetry, uniformity along length, and "same" end conditions lead to a

contradiction if radial lines distort in the

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8.9 Axial symmetry, uniformity along length, and "same" end conditions lead to a

contradiction if radial lines distort in the

**cross section**or warp out of the**cross****section**. conditions, symmetry requires the**cross section**midway between the two...

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