## Introduction to Mechanics of Deformable Solids |

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Radial or proportional loading Consider now the biaxial state of stress oa , og

constant ratio ; t = 0 in Fig . 10 . 5 . Two special cases have been discussed

directly in ...

Radial or proportional loading Consider now the biaxial state of stress oa , og

**produced**by increasing combined axial force R and interior pressure p inconstant ratio ; t = 0 in Fig . 10 . 5 . Two special cases have been discussed

directly in ...

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Similarly , the state of stress

pr / t , 1 = 0 is represented by a stress point on the radial line OB of Fig . 10 . 6 . As

p increases from zero , the stress point moves out along this line , with stress ...

Similarly , the state of stress

**produced**by interior pressure alone on = pr / 2t , oc =pr / t , 1 = 0 is represented by a stress point on the radial line OB of Fig . 10 . 6 . As

p increases from zero , the stress point moves out along this line , with stress ...

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2 : 14 ) Volume change ekk is

distortion eij is

other . The stress - strain relations , tij in terms of vij , and vice versa , are found by

...

2 : 14 ) Volume change ekk is

**produced**by the mean normal stress okk / 3 ;distortion eij is

**produced**by the stress deviation Sij . Each is independent of theother . The stress - strain relations , tij in terms of vij , and vice versa , are found by

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