## Introduction to mechanics of deformable solids |

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A. Mild steel similar to 1020 HR B. 2024-T4 5.3 At the working load in

. Compute the change in diameter. Do you need to know the answer to

first? B. Compute the change in wall thickness. C. Compute the change in ...

A. Mild steel similar to 1020 HR B. 2024-T4 5.3 At the working load in

**Prob**. 5.2: A. Compute the change in diameter. Do you need to know the answer to

**Prob**. 5.2first? B. Compute the change in wall thickness. C. Compute the change in ...

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4.21) 5.11 Parts of

steel pipe of

released. Find the change in diameter, change in length, and change in wall

thickness ...

4.21) 5.11 Parts of

**Prob**. 5.10 as assigned, but for a f-in. wall thickness. 5.12 Thesteel pipe of

**Prob**. 5.10B is cooled down to 40°F, and the gage pressure isreleased. Find the change in diameter, change in length, and change in wall

thickness ...

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12.4 Parts of

curve of 6061-T4 as sketched in Fig. 2.5. 12.5 Convert path (i) of

path in principal-stress space. Compute the strains at the end of path (i) from the

...

12.4 Parts of

**Probs**. 12.1, 12.2, or 12. 3B as assigned, but with the stress-straincurve of 6061-T4 as sketched in Fig. 2.5. 12.5 Convert path (i) of

**Prob**. 12.1 to apath in principal-stress space. Compute the strains at the end of path (i) from the

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