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The Classical Theory of Elasticity By IAN NAISMITH Smanoon Simson Professor
B Torsion and flexure
Twodimensional problems in elastostatics
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angle Appl applied assumed axes axis beam body forces boundary conditions boundary value problem characteristic coefficient components consider constant continuum coordinates crack curve cylinder defined deformation denotes derived direction discontinuity displacement displacement vector dissipation effect elastic-plastic energy equilibrium expressions fatigue flow fracture fringes function Hence incompressible increase integral isoclinic lines isotropic linear liquid load magnitude material Math measure Mech medium method modulus normal observed obtained particles photoelastic Phys physical plane strain plane stress plate polarised potential pressure principal axes principal stresses problem Proc ratio region relative retardation relaxation rheological rheological equation rotation Sect shear stress simple shear slice slip solid solution strain tensor stress-strain relations structure surface symmetry temperature tensile tensile stress tension tensor theory of elasticity thixotropy tion torsion transformed vanishes variables vector velocity visco-elastic viscosity volume waves yield condition zero