This paper examines the issue of versatile plastic change in transversely isotropic spherical shell with the condition of uniform internal pressure. This problem of shell is based on the elastic-plastic transition phenomenon and solution of the problem has been obtained by utilizing the idea of generalized strain measures and Seth’s transition hypothesis. The transition speculation does not acknowledge adhoc suppositions like incompressibility and yield conditions. The behaviour of stresses has been assessed at the interior side of the spherical shell for various sort of materials. The outcomes are inferred numerically and exhibited graphically.

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