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The General Elasticity Problem in Solids
 

Summary

This Chapter takes the Conservation of Linear Momentum (COLM) developed in Chapter 3 and the Constitutive Theory for an Isotropic Linear Elastic Solid (Hooke's Law) developed in Chapter 9 and applies these physical principles to set up boundary value problems for computing deformation and stress fields in solid materials (General Elasticity Problems). These general elasticity problems are first considered it three space dimensions and then some special problems in two space dimensions (Plane Stress and Plane Strain problems) and one space dimension (Axial and Torsion loading of Bars and Bending of Beams) are considered. The discussion of these special problems in 1-D sets the stage for the remain three Chapters of this book.

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