## Introduction to mechanics of deformable solids |

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Axial symmetry with N = 0 requires the total axial force on the shaded area of the

cross section in Fig. 4.4 to be

requires <rx = 0 at each point of the cross section. Therefore, of all the stress ...

Axial symmetry with N = 0 requires the total axial force on the shaded area of the

cross section in Fig. 4.4 to be

**zero**. Constancy of ax in the radial direction thenrequires <rx = 0 at each point of the cross section. Therefore, of all the stress ...

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Daniel Charles Drucker. Symmetry and antisymmetry are satisfied. Rotation of 90

° about the axis of the shaft leaves the picture unchanged, as does end-for-end

rotation about A-A'. If

...

Daniel Charles Drucker. Symmetry and antisymmetry are satisfied. Rotation of 90

° about the axis of the shaft leaves the picture unchanged, as does end-for-end

rotation about A-A'. If

**zero**shear strain is to correspond to the**zero**shear stress at...

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They (and the corresponding cross shears) must be

on principal stresses are correct. The next step of the proof is to indicate the

orientation of the two planes of secondary principal stresses <rj, a, (rj, = 0) for the

set of ...

They (and the corresponding cross shears) must be

**zero**if previous statementson principal stresses are correct. The next step of the proof is to indicate the

orientation of the two planes of secondary principal stresses <rj, a, (rj, = 0) for the

set of ...

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