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1.1.1 Index Notation
1.1.2 Alternating Symbol
1.1.3 General Cartesian Tensors
1.1.4 Isotropic Tensors
1.1.5 Tensor Fields
1.2 The Divergence Theorem
1.4 Vector Identities in Cylindrical Coordinates
1.6 EigenvalueProblemforRealSymmetricTen- sors of Order Two
2.1.1 Component exx
2.1.2 Component exy
2.1.3 Simple Shear
2.1.4 Rotation Vector ω
2.1.5 Rotation Tensor Ω
2.1.6 Physical Interpretation of Rotation Vector and Ro- tation Tensor
2.2 Compatibility and Strain Components
3.1 Symmetry of the Stress Tensor
3.2 Equations of Equilibrium
3.3 Boundary Conditions
3.4 Plane State of Stress
3.5 Linear Momentum and the Stress Tensor
3.6 Balance of Angular Momentum
3.7 Principal Stresses
3.8 Normal andShearingStresses onanOblique Plane
3.9 EquationsofMotioninCylindricalandSpher- ical Coordinates
3.10 Mean and Deviator Stress Tensor
3.11 Generalized Hooke’s Law
3.12.1 Material With One Plane of Symmetry
3.12.2 Orthotropic Materials
3.12.3 Transversely Isotropic Materials
3.12.4 Isotropic Materials
3.13 InﬁnitesimalStrainsinCylindricalandSpher- ical Coordinates
3.14 Constitutive Equations in Cylindrical and Spherical Coordinates
3.15 Dilatation d
4.1 Navier’s Equations
4.2 Uniqueness of Solution
4.3 Exact Solutions for Some Problems
4.4.1 1-D Models
4.4.2 Two-dimensional Problems
4.4.3 Solution of 2D Elastostatic Problems in Terms of Stresses
5.1 Plane Strain (PS) Model
5.2 Plane Stress (PSS) Model
5.3.1 Solution of a Biharmonic Equation
5.3.2 Stress Function and Displacement Field
5.4.1 Solutions for Stress Function in Polar Coordinates
5.4.2 Stress and Displacement Fields
5.4.3 Axisymmetric Case
5.4.4 Stresses Near a Corner
6.1 Saint-Venant Theory
6.2 Prandtl Theory
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