## Introduction to mechanics of deformable solids |

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5.2 Find the minimum thickness for a thin-walled sphere of 30 ft

an interior pressure of 150 psi gage with a factor of safety of 2 against yielding.

Give all steps explicitly. A. Mild steel similar to 1020 HR B. 2024-T4 5.3 At the ...

5.2 Find the minimum thickness for a thin-walled sphere of 30 ft

**diameter**to carryan interior pressure of 150 psi gage with a factor of safety of 2 against yielding.

Give all steps explicitly. A. Mild steel similar to 1020 HR B. 2024-T4 5.3 At the ...

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5.10 Find a reasonable answer for the change in

length in 1 year of a pipe 12 ft long, 6 in. in

interior pressure. (Use Figs. 3.3, 5.7, 5.8 as best you can.) A. OFHC copper at 165

°C B.

5.10 Find a reasonable answer for the change in

**diameter**and the change inlength in 1 year of a pipe 12 ft long, 6 in. in

**diameter**, £-in. wall, with 600 psiinterior pressure. (Use Figs. 3.3, 5.7, 5.8 as best you can.) A. OFHC copper at 165

°C B.

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The weight of the beam is negligible compared with the force P. The portion AC is

of circular cross section of uniform

cross section but tapers uniformly from

The weight of the beam is negligible compared with the force P. The portion AC is

of circular cross section of uniform

**diameter**d. The portion CB is also of circularcross section but tapers uniformly from

**diameter**d at C to**diameter**2d at B. Note ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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