Derive lames equation for a thick cylinder, Electrical Engineering

Derive Lame's equation for a thick cylinder subjected to internal pressure with clean diagrams.

Evaluate the maximum and minimum hoop stresses across the section of a pipe of400mm diameter and 100 mm thick, when the pipe contains a fluid at a pressure of 8N/mm2. Also, diagram the radial pressure distribution and hoop stress distribution across the section.

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