hoop stress 
The nonlocal elastic solutions yield a finite hoop stress at crack tips, thus allowing us to use the maximum stress as a fracture criterion.


A detailed inspection of stress distributions in the C/C rings revealed that a rotational imbalance inherent in C/Cs caused a high average hoop stress and stress concentration around the inner radius.


Based upon the above results, we analyse the hoop stress along the hyperbolic curve and the stress distributions on the planex2=0 for aluminium (cubic crystal).


The finite hoop stress at the crack tip depends on the crack length.


The nonlocal dynamic elastic solutions yield a finite hoop stress at the crack tip, thus allowing for a fracture criterion based on the maximum dynamic stress hypothesis.


The finite hoop stress at the crack tip depends on the crack length, the lattice parameter and the circular frequency of incident wave.


The nonlocal dynamic elastic solutions yield a finite hoop stress at the crack tip, thus allowing for a fracture criterion based on the maximum dynamic stress hypothesis.


The finite hoop stress at the crack tip depends on the crack length, the lattice parameter and the circular frequency of incident wave.


The relationships between hydraulic pressure, hoop stress in the ring and time are investigated due to a force such as F exp (bt) or F sin (ωt).


The hoop stress in the Laplace transform domain is inverted numerically in the physical space.


Hoop stress around the hole and electric fields in the hole are obtained.


The effects on the hoop stress of the velocity of the crack and the electrical to mechanical load ratios are analyzed.


The hoop stress around the elliptic hole is obtained in an explicit real form.


The temperature, radial displacement, radial stress, and hoop stress distributions are computed numerically using the finiteelement method (FEM).


The nonlocal elastic solutions yield a finite hoop stress at the crack tip, thus allowing for a fracture criterion based on the maximum stress hypothesis.


The finite hoop stress at the crack tip depends on the crack length and the lattice parameter of the materials, respectively.


The nonlocal dynamic elastic solutions yield a finite hoop stress at the crack tip, thus allowing for a fracture criterion based on the maximum dynamic stress hypothesis.


The nonlocal elastic solutions yield a finite hoop stress at the crack tips.


A direct integral equation method for computing the hoop stress at holes in plane isotropic sheets


The method is particularly well suited for finding the hoop stresses since it is based on a system of integral equations in which the hoop stress itself is one of the unknowns.

