## Introduction to Mechanics of Deformable Solids |

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... moment ratio of } in a beam of rectangular cross section . Figure 8 . 7

that first yield is most difficult to observe , just as in the beam ( Fig . 7 . 26 ) . Even

Fig . 8 . 3 for just two concentric tubes

... moment ratio of } in a beam of rectangular cross section . Figure 8 . 7

**shows**that first yield is most difficult to observe , just as in the beam ( Fig . 7 . 26 ) . Even

Fig . 8 . 3 for just two concentric tubes

**shows**the beginning of the blurring of the ...Page 215

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isotropic , with inelastic properties unaffected by hydrostatic pressure and with

the same properties in tension and compression , the information which fills in the

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10

**shows**B ' , D , B * , B ' * , D ' established from B . In fact , if a material is fullyisotropic , with inelastic properties unaffected by hydrostatic pressure and with

the same properties in tension and compression , the information which fills in the

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2 : 8 )

( 11 . 7 : 7 ) with ( 11 . 2 : 9 )

there is y / 2 instead of 7 . Therefore the plot of y / 2 versus e as B varies must ...

2 : 8 )

**shows**no difference except the interchange of o and e . Comparison of Eq .( 11 . 7 : 7 ) with ( 11 . 2 : 9 )

**shows**this same interchange of o and e . In additionthere is y / 2 instead of 7 . Therefore the plot of y / 2 versus e as B varies must ...

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