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STRESSES DUE TO ROTARY INERTIA FORCES IN A HOLLOW CIRCULAR CYLINDER
ILLINOIS UNIV URBANA
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A solution is obtained by complex variable methods for the stresses and displacements due to inertia forces in a hollow circular cylinder which rotates about an axis parallel to the longitudinal axis of the cylinder. The cylinder is assumed to be in plane strain with zero stress at the internal boundary and zero displacement at the external boundary. Numerical calculations are given for the stresses on the external boundary when Poissons ratio equals 12. Author
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