Limit state of structural elements during inelastic deformation
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It is shown that, in the case of an axisymmetric stress state, the solution of the statically definable boundary-value problem for an ideal rigid-plastic body using the Mises-Schleicher strength criterion is extended to the rigid-creep model with any specified creep-rupture strength and corresponds to the limit state of a real creeping body.
Key wordscreep creep-rupture strength ideal rigid-plastic and rigid-creep models
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