## Introduction to Mechanics of Deformable Solids |

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The two - dimensional

situation must always be kept in mind . Zero values are significant numbers , not

ignorable ones . For example , in the thin - walled circular tube under interior

pressure ...

The two - dimensional

**sketch**is adequate , but the true three - dimensionalsituation must always be kept in mind . Zero values are significant numbers , not

ignorable ones . For example , in the thin - walled circular tube under interior

pressure ...

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C . On a

01 , 0 2 , 0 3 , 7 max ) acts . D . Draw the three Mohr ' s circles , and label 01 , 02 ,

03 , Tmax : E . Find and

C . On a

**sketch**of the tube choose a point , and show the plane on which each (01 , 0 2 , 0 3 , 7 max ) acts . D . Draw the three Mohr ' s circles , and label 01 , 02 ,

03 , Tmax : E . Find and

**sketch**the components of stress on the planes which ...Page 258

001 in . in diameter , and twisted through 0 . 5o . A . Find the principal strains in

the surface , and show their orientation on a

normal strain en in the surface at + 30° and at - 30° to the circumferential

direction .

001 in . in diameter , and twisted through 0 . 5o . A . Find the principal strains in

the surface , and show their orientation on a

**sketch**of the tube . B . Find thenormal strain en in the surface at + 30° and at - 30° to the circumferential

direction .

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