## Introduction to mechanics of deformable solids |

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Although each

must approximate b — a. Approximation by one or more thin

for the plastic-limit pressure paL can be obtained by pretending that the ...

Although each

**shell**will be treated as very thin, the combined thickness reallymust approximate b — a. Approximation by one or more thin

**shells**A crude resultfor the plastic-limit pressure paL can be obtained by pretending that the ...

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9.9 Simulation by two spherical

9.9. Algebra then is kept to a minimum consistent with an understanding of the

behavior of the real system. Numbers obtained, however, cannot be expected to

...

9.9 Simulation by two spherical

**shells**(presumed thin). radius b, as drawn in Fig.9.9. Algebra then is kept to a minimum consistent with an understanding of the

behavior of the real system. Numbers obtained, however, cannot be expected to

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With subscripts to distinguish between the

) for the inner

for the outer

With subscripts to distinguish between the

**shells**, <ri = <ti + P12 = <r0 = ^( (9.1:38) for the inner

**shell**1 and 4 _i_ ~ (P21 — fa i .qoi ff2 = ^2 + pb = <r0 = ^ (9.1:39)for the outer

**shell**2, where 2<i = 2<2 = 6 — a if both**shells**are taken to be of ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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