## Introduction to Mechanics of Deformable Solids |

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chapter 13 Nonlinear thick - walled

solutions 290 13 . 1 Previous Stopping Point and Restatement of Problem 290 13

. 2 Jr - type Stress - Strain Relations for oa , oc , O , , Tac 295 Nonlinear - viscous

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chapter 13 Nonlinear thick - walled

**homogeneous**cylinder and assemblagesolutions 290 13 . 1 Previous Stopping Point and Restatement of Problem 290 13

. 2 Jr - type Stress - Strain Relations for oa , oc , O , , Tac 295 Nonlinear - viscous

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chapter 6 Assemblages of

/ RELATION TO THE GENERAL PROBLEM AND INTRODUCTION TO

GENERALIZED STRESS AND STRAIN The analysis of bars under axial force , of

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chapter 6 Assemblages of

**homogeneous**states of tension and compression 6 . 1/ RELATION TO THE GENERAL PROBLEM AND INTRODUCTION TO

GENERALIZED STRESS AND STRAIN The analysis of bars under axial force , of

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An appreciable region should be under closely

The axisymmetric long thin - walled circular tube will be seen again to be a most

appropriate specimen . Axial symmetry Consider axial tension alone , R = N ( Fig

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An appreciable region should be under closely

**homogeneous**stress and strain .The axisymmetric long thin - walled circular tube will be seen again to be a most

appropriate specimen . Axial symmetry Consider axial tension alone , R = N ( Fig

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