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It is easy to find Hooke's law for an isotropic solid in Cartesian coordinates, with thermal strain terms, by googling. It is also easy to find it in cylindrical coordinates, but without thermal strain terms.

However, I have not managed to find Hooke´s law expressed in cylindrical coordinates with thermal strain terms.

Does anyone have a link to a webpage with this expression of Hooke´s law? Does anyone have a link to solved elasticity problems in isotropic materials described in cylindical coordinates, with thermal effects?

Thanks in Advance.

c4guy

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# Hooke´s law in cylindical coodinates, with thermal terms

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