Srinath , Laxmipuram S.
(1971)
*Principal-stress differences in transverse planes of symmetry: in this analysis, the fact that the value of Poisson's ratio for most of the photoelastic materials at critical temperatures equals 0.5 is utilized to determine the displacement function in the transverse plane of symmetry of an axisymmetric body
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Experimental Mechanics, 11
(3).
pp. 130-132.
ISSN 0014-4851

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## Abstract

The value of Poisson's ratio for most of the photoelastic materials at critical temperature is very nearly equal to 0.5. This fact can be utilized to determine the values of the displacement function u(r) and the principal-stress differences in the transverse plane of symmetry of an axially symmetric body. This requires a single integrated-retardation pattern. The solutions are applied to the problem of a sphere under diametral compression and the results compared with those obtained from shear-difference method.

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