## Introduction to Mechanics of Deformable Solids |

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4 Problems 197 chapter 10 Combined loading , superposition 199 chapter 11

Principal stresses and principal

Superposition of Solutions 199 10 . 2 Problems 205 10 . 3 The Thin - walled

Circular ...

4 Problems 197 chapter 10 Combined loading , superposition 199 chapter 11

Principal stresses and principal

**strains**. Stress and**strain**as tensors 218 10 . 1Superposition of Solutions 199 10 . 2 Problems 205 10 . 3 The Thin - walled

Circular ...

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Shear

perpendicular lines ( Figs . 1 . 5 , 4 . 18 ) . Therefore the components of

the

are ...

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**strain**y is the decrease in angle between the positive directions of twoperpendicular lines ( Figs . 1 . 5 , 4 . 18 ) . Therefore the components of

**strain**orthe

**strain**- displacement relations in rectangular cartesian coordinates x , y , zare ...

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A . Principal

and at 120° to the axial direction 11 . 19 An equiangular rosette gives the

following

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A . Principal

**strains**in the surface and their orientation B . En in the surface at 60°and at 120° to the axial direction 11 . 19 An equiangular rosette gives the

following

**strain**readings : 60 = 100 X 10 – 6 €60 = - 400 X 10 – 6 €120 = + 800 x10 - 6 ...

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