## Introduction to Mechanics of Deformable Solids |

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1 / ADDITION OF HYDROSTATIC ( ALL - AROUND )

was made of the presence of atmospheric

deformations and strains under uniaxial stress or in simple shear . It was

unnecessary ...

1 / ADDITION OF HYDROSTATIC ( ALL - AROUND )

**PRESSURE**No mentionwas made of the presence of atmospheric

**pressure**in the discussions of thedeformations and strains under uniaxial stress or in simple shear . It was

unnecessary ...

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chapter 9 Thick - walled

assembling of individually homogeneous bars in tension and compression to

form a beam was reasonably straightforward . The assembling of homogeneous

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chapter 9 Thick - walled

**pressure**vessels 9 . 1 / THICK - WALLED SPHERE Theassembling of individually homogeneous bars in tension and compression to

form a beam was reasonably straightforward . The assembling of homogeneous

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Limit

require simultaneous consideration of equilibrium , compatibility , and

stressstrain relations . Statically determinate problems ( Sec . 6 . 2 ) are obvious

examples ...

Limit

**pressure**( elastic - perfectly plastic material ) However , not all problems dorequire simultaneous consideration of equilibrium , compatibility , and

stressstrain relations . Statically determinate problems ( Sec . 6 . 2 ) are obvious

examples ...

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