## Introduction to Mechanics of Deformable Solids |

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If

independent material , the curve is very much like one for uniaxial tension or

compression or simple shear . If , instead , o is plotted against e , the picture has

the same ...

If

**interior**pressure is plotted against diametral expansion for a ductile time -independent material , the curve is very much like one for uniaxial tension or

compression or simple shear . If , instead , o is plotted against e , the picture has

the same ...

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Next in logical sequence to the topics covered previously is the assembling of

homogeneous isotropic thin - walled pressure vessels into thickwalled vessels

under

of ...

Next in logical sequence to the topics covered previously is the assembling of

homogeneous isotropic thin - walled pressure vessels into thickwalled vessels

under

**interior**and exterior pressure . Consider a symmetric thick - walled sphereof ...

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1 : 9 ) OO as shown by the curve labeled Exact in Fig . 9 . 3 . Very high

pressures can be held in sufficiently ductile thick spheres before they go fully

plastic and blow out in an unstable manner . If the exterior pressure , po at r = b ,

is not ...

1 : 9 ) OO as shown by the curve labeled Exact in Fig . 9 . 3 . Very high

**interior**pressures can be held in sufficiently ductile thick spheres before they go fully

plastic and blow out in an unstable manner . If the exterior pressure , po at r = b ,

is not ...

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