## Introduction to mechanics of deformable solids |

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However, there is correlation in the

by shear, and in fatigue which involves

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

However, there is correlation in the

**inelastic**range, which is governed primarilyby shear, and in fatigue which involves

**inelastic**action on a microscopic scale atleast. If then the problem is one where failure is by fatigue or by excessive ...

Page 75

However, it must be remembered that a 10 percent difference in stress makes for

a very much larger percentage difference in

greater stretching of the inner surface is a help in achieving uniformity of the

tensile ...

However, it must be remembered that a 10 percent difference in stress makes for

a very much larger percentage difference in

**inelastic**strain. Furthermore, thegreater stretching of the inner surface is a help in achieving uniformity of the

tensile ...

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Now consider

itself is negligible by comparison with ac) is the same as under stresses ac ...

Now consider

**inelastic**behavior with its insensitivity to a hydrostatic pressure p0.**Inelastic**deformation under stresses o>, <ja, 0 due to interior pressure p alone (pitself is negligible by comparison with ac) is the same as under stresses ac ...

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