STRESSES IN A LINEAR INCOMPRESSIBLE VISCO-ELASTIC CYLINDER WITH ANNIHILATING INNER SURFACE
COLUMBIA UNIV NEW YORK DEPT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING AND ENGINEERING MECHANICS
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A method is developed to find the stresses and strains in an incompressible visco-elastic hollow cylinder with annihilating inner radius contained an elastic case and subject to internal pressure under the assumption of a state of plane strain. Stresses and strains are computed for a material with deviatoric stress-strain relations characteristic of a standard solid. The numerical computation is carried out with the aid of an IBM digital computer 1620 and is intended to illustrate the effects of the thickness of the cylinder, of the rate of increase of the internal pressure and of the strength of the reinforcement provided by the elastic shell.
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