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What are the comparative advantages in deformation when using air in tires rather than having solid rubber wheels?

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    id say the difference between getting hit in the face by a ballon filled with stinky hot breath, and one filled with concrete :)

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    Working from a stress analysis perspective, would having solid rubber wheels somehow create plasticity as opposed to elasticity?

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    Thinking about screw dislocation from rubber crystalline sheets.

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    Actually, it's easier than that. Can we consider shear energy?

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    http://physics.stackexchange.com/questions/41816/why-does-a-tire-need-to-be-filled-with-air 1-This may help, or 2-I see this is where you got the question from

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