## Elasticity, Fracture and Flow: With Engineering and Geological Applications |

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### Contents

Io Infinitesimal strain in two dimensions | 38 |

Infinitesimal strain in three dimensions | 45 |

The stressstrain relations for a perfectly elastic isotropic solid | 54 |

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### Other editions - View all

Elasticity, Fracture and Flow: with Engineering and Geological Applications J. C. Jaeger Limited preview - 2012 |

Elasticity, Fracture and Flow: With Engineering and Geological Applications J. C AUTOR JAEGER No preview available - 1969 |

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angle assumed axes of strain axial becomes behaviour biharmonic equation calculated components of strain compression constant corresponding crack criterion cylinder deformation direction cosines discussed displacement equations of motion failure finite strain fluid folding follows formulae fracture function Geol given gives hydrostatic inclined infinitesimal strain initial length linear major axis material matrix maximum shear stress measured methods Mohr circle Mohr envelope normal stress parallel particles pebble perpendicular plane strain plastic polar coordinates principal axes principal stresses problems pure shear quadratic elongation quantities radial radius rate of strain ratio region rock rotation shear stress shown in Fig simple shear solid solution strain ellipse strain ellipsoid stress and strain stress-strain curve stress-strain relations structural geology substance Suppose surface tensile tension three dimensions tion uniaxial unstrained velocity viscosity waves yield stress Young's modulus zero