## Introduction to Mechanics of Deformable Solids |

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. However , bars 2 , 4 , and 6 now are to be considered as linear - viscoelastic of

the Kelvin or Voigt type . In each case , the elastic modulus is Ek , and the ...

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**Suppose**, as in the preceding problems , that bars 1 , 3 , and 5 are linearelastic. However , bars 2 , 4 , and 6 now are to be considered as linear - viscoelastic of

the Kelvin or Voigt type . In each case , the elastic modulus is Ek , and the ...

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Defining your notation carefully , be explicit on how you would modify these

answers to find : 1 . Stress in each bar due to M . 2 . Immediate rotation due to the

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**Suppose**that all the answers to parts A , B , and C of this question are known .Defining your notation carefully , be explicit on how you would modify these

answers to find : 1 . Stress in each bar due to M . 2 . Immediate rotation due to the

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the I beam is elastic - perfectly plastic . The moment I is large enough to bring all

of the flange and part of the web into the plastic range . Find an expression for the

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**Suppose**, as in the right - hand sketches of Fig . 14 . 19 , that the material ofthe I beam is elastic - perfectly plastic . The moment I is large enough to bring all

of the flange and part of the web into the plastic range . Find an expression for the

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