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Does a thermally expanding torus experience internal stress?
I'm trying to learn continuum mechanics and thermo-mechanics. As we know, heating an object increases the mean atomic distance $a_0$ of the atoms in a rigid body. Let's assume it is a linear elastic ...
Nov 11 '11 at 10:05
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