## Introduction to mechanics of deformable solids |

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chapter 13 Nonlinear thick-walled

solutions 290 chapter 14 Strength of materials approach to bars under axial force

, shafts, and beams 321 13.1 Previous Stopping Point and Restatement of

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chapter 13 Nonlinear thick-walled

**homogeneous**cylinder and assemblagesolutions 290 chapter 14 Strength of materials approach to bars under axial force

, shafts, and beams 321 13.1 Previous Stopping Point and Restatement of

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Daniel Charles Drucker. chapter 6 Assemblages of

tension and compression 6.1 / RELATION TO THE GENERAL PROBLEM AND

INTRODUCTION TO GENERALIZED STRESS AND STRAIN The analysis of bars

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Daniel Charles Drucker. chapter 6 Assemblages of

**homogeneous**states oftension and compression 6.1 / RELATION TO THE GENERAL PROBLEM AND

INTRODUCTION TO GENERALIZED STRESS AND STRAIN The analysis of bars

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An appreciable region should be under closely

The axisymmetric long thin-walled circular tube will be seen again to be a most

appropriate specimen. Axial symmetry Consider axial tension alone, R — N (Fig.

An appreciable region should be under closely

**homogeneous**stress and strain.The axisymmetric long thin-walled circular tube will be seen again to be a most

appropriate specimen. Axial symmetry Consider axial tension alone, R — N (Fig.

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