## Introduction to Mechanics of Deformable Solids |

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A more refined successive -

stress - strain relations , which in turn are not known until the tests are performed .

The data obtained from tests of most reasonably isotropic materials are quite ...

A more refined successive -

**approximation**approach requires a knowledge of thestress - strain relations , which in turn are not known until the tests are performed .

The data obtained from tests of most reasonably isotropic materials are quite ...

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Should you be called upon for a solution , you will have to resort to

and simulation . ... Development of a feeling for permissible idealizations and

Should you be called upon for a solution , you will have to resort to

**approximation**and simulation . ... Development of a feeling for permissible idealizations and

**approximations**is possible only by comparison of the results obtained for more ...Page 251

Similarly , SB , the counterclockwise rotation of the diagonal , could be found by

writing the tangent of the new angle B + 8B as h ( 1 + ec ) = ( 1 + ( €c – ta ) ] tan ß

tan ( B + 8B ) = 5 ( 1 + ta ) to a first

Similarly , SB , the counterclockwise rotation of the diagonal , could be found by

writing the tangent of the new angle B + 8B as h ( 1 + ec ) = ( 1 + ( €c – ta ) ] tan ß

tan ( B + 8B ) = 5 ( 1 + ta ) to a first

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