## Introduction to mechanics of deformable solids |

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N = p(irr,2) _ N _ prS 3 2wrm 2rm If the shell is thin enough for the tensile stress a

to be taken as constant across the thickness, / = pr t, 21, where r represents either

the inner or the mean

N = p(irr,2) _ N _ prS 3 2wrm 2rm If the shell is thin enough for the tensile stress a

to be taken as constant across the thickness, / = pr t, 21, where r represents either

the inner or the mean

**radius**(or the outer**radius**) when t, <5C r. The question ...Page 79

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

circumferential stress ac in terms of the uniform interior pressure p, the

and the wall thickness tw. The symbol r represents equally well the inside

„ or the ...

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

circumferential stress ac in terms of the uniform interior pressure p, the

**radius**r,and the wall thickness tw. The symbol r represents equally well the inside

**radius**r„ or the ...

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Consider a symmetric Ikick-walled sphere of inner

under interior pressure pa and exterior pressure pb (Fig. 9.1). Geometrically the

sphere is equivalent to a set of thin spherical shells of

Consider a symmetric Ikick-walled sphere of inner

**radius**a and outer**radius**bunder interior pressure pa and exterior pressure pb (Fig. 9.1). Geometrically the

sphere is equivalent to a set of thin spherical shells of

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