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

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### Contents

CHAPTER PAGE I STRESS AND STRAIN 1 Introductory | 1 |

Stress Definitions and notation | 2 |

Stresses in two dimensions | 5 |

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analysis angle assumed assumption axes of strain axes of stress behaviour biharmonic equation body forces calculated called circle components of strain components of stress compression constant corresponding cos2 criteria cylinder defined dilatation direction cosines discussed displacement equations of motion equilibrium final positions fluid follows given gives important incompressible infinitesimal strain j-axes linear magnitude material mathematical maximum shear stress Mohr envelope Mohr's normal stress plane strain plane whose normal plastic deformation polar coordinates principal axes principal stresses problems propagated pure shear quadratic elongation quantities radial radius rate of strain reciprocal strain ellipse region rotation satisfy shear strain shear stress simple shear simplest sin2 solid solution straight lines strain ellipsoid stress and strain stress deviation stress-strain curve stress-strain relations Suppose surface tensile tension Theory of Elasticity three dimensions tion Tresca's unchanged length unstrained velocity viscosity waves yield criterion yield stress zero