## Introduction to mechanics of deformable solids |

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If then the problem is one where failure is by fatigue or by excessive inelastic

deformation without buckling, a rough rule is to allow a shear stress of 0.5 to 0.6

of the

4.13).

If then the problem is one where failure is by fatigue or by excessive inelastic

deformation without buckling, a rough rule is to allow a shear stress of 0.5 to 0.6

of the

**tensile stress**allowable under the same environmental conditions (Fig.4.13).

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Equating summation of forces to zero gives the axial stress aa and the

circumferential stress ac in terms of the uniform ... Ha The axial

in the cylindrical shell is exactly the same as the

shell of the ...

Equating summation of forces to zero gives the axial stress aa and the

circumferential stress ac in terms of the uniform ... Ha The axial

**tensile stress**<rain the cylindrical shell is exactly the same as the

**tensile stress**a in a sphericalshell of the ...

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Stress, biaxial, 63, 223 component transformation, 240 generalized, 322-328, 6,

89 on inclined plane, biaxial stress, 224, ... 33 on

strength, 84 Tensile force, 5 Tensile fracture in torsion, 67

, ...

Stress, biaxial, 63, 223 component transformation, 240 generalized, 322-328, 6,

89 on inclined plane, biaxial stress, 224, ... 33 on

**tensile strength**, 85 on yieldstrength, 84 Tensile force, 5 Tensile fracture in torsion, 67

**Tensile strength**, 14, 85, ...

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