## Introduction to mechanics of deformable solids |

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The analogy between the two tubes in

is very close. 7\ and T2 replace Pi and P2, T replaces R, <pi and <p2 replace 51

and 52, and the T versus <p generalized-stress-generalized-strain relation ...

The analogy between the two tubes in

**torsion**and the two tubes in tension clearlyis very close. 7\ and T2 replace Pi and P2, T replaces R, <pi and <p2 replace 51

and 52, and the T versus <p generalized-stress-generalized-strain relation ...

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Abrupt loading, 35 (See also under Four-element model ; Kelvin or Voigt model;

Maxwell) Allowable stress, 25 Aluminum (see Material properties) Analogy,

Abrupt loading, 35 (See also under Four-element model ; Kelvin or Voigt model;

Maxwell) Allowable stress, 25 Aluminum (see Material properties) Analogy,

**torsion**and bending, 159, 161 (See also Correspondence) Angle section, shear ...Page 444

... 207 Thermal strain, 83, 270 Thermal stress, 101 Thick-walled sphere, 175-185

Thick-walled tube (cylinder), 191, 290-320 under combined loading, 199, 200

pressure plus tension, 194-197, 314, 316 tension plus

, ...

... 207 Thermal strain, 83, 270 Thermal stress, 101 Thick-walled sphere, 175-185

Thick-walled tube (cylinder), 191, 290-320 under combined loading, 199, 200

pressure plus tension, 194-197, 314, 316 tension plus

**torsion**, 300, 308 in**torsion**, ...

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