## Introduction to mechanics of deformable solids |

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It requires only that the

between the two remain concentric circles at all times. Absolute angular rotation

is not the significant quantity in the twisting of a tube. This is obvious when the

tube is ...

It requires only that the

**outer**circle, the inner circle, and all concentric circlesbetween the two remain concentric circles at all times. Absolute angular rotation

is not the significant quantity in the twisting of a tube. This is obvious when the

tube is ...

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y = T<p/L, and the equilibrium relation r = T/rA, TaL ,Pn' = Gn(AnTn*) The inner

tube, subscript n = 1, and the

shear modulus G or area of cross section A. The condition of deformation 7\L T2L

...

y = T<p/L, and the equilibrium relation r = T/rA, TaL ,Pn' = Gn(AnTn*) The inner

tube, subscript n = 1, and the

**outer**tube, subscript n = 2, need not have the sameshear modulus G or area of cross section A. The condition of deformation 7\L T2L

...

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The total force exerted on the

force exerted on the inner sphere 1. Call the respective forces per unit of area, or

pressures, p2i and pi2 (Fig. 9.9), puAird1 = p2i4ir61 or pita* = pub* (9.1:37) ...

The total force exerted on the

**outer**sphere 2 by the bars is the same as the totalforce exerted on the inner sphere 1. Call the respective forces per unit of area, or

pressures, p2i and pi2 (Fig. 9.9), puAird1 = p2i4ir61 or pita* = pub* (9.1:37) ...

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