## Introduction to Mechanics of Deformable Solids |

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or ē ith and Ý h + 7 = - 4h 2 The centroidal -

response to pure bending ( ū = 0 for N = 0 ) brings to mind a previous and

complementary result ( Sec . 2.3 ) . If an axial force is to produce no bending , but

just ...

or ē ith and Ý h + 7 = - 4h 2 The centroidal -

**axis**requirement for linear - elasticresponse to pure bending ( ū = 0 for N = 0 ) brings to mind a previous and

complementary result ( Sec . 2.3 ) . If an axial force is to produce no bending , but

just ...

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29 shows the much more difficult situation when the z

not an

stress distribution of triangular shape goes over gradually to the fully plastic ...

29 shows the much more difficult situation when the z

**axis**, or**axis**of bending , isnot an

**axis**of symmetry . For an elastic - perfectly plastic material , the elasticstress distribution of triangular shape goes over gradually to the fully plastic ...

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Bending about an

to a plane of symmetry , or in general a principal

give rise to a very complex response . The neutral

of ...

Bending about an

**axis**which is not an**axis**of symmetry , or an**axis**perpendicularto a plane of symmetry , or in general a principal

**axis**of the cross section maygive rise to a very complex response . The neutral

**axis**is not parallel to the**axis**of ...

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