• Boris F. ShorrEmail author
Part of the Foundations of Engineering Mechanics book series (FOUNDATIONS)


Analysis of high-temperature behavior of engineering structures, or in a wider scope, solids (deformable bodies), is a multidisciplinary problem. It is of particular importance for numerous industrial applications but is also of great academic interest as a branch of continuum mechanics.


Principal Stress Strain Tensor Tangential Stress Solid Mechanic Machine Part 
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  1. 1.Central Institute of Aviation Motors (CIAM)MoskvaRussia

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