## Introduction to Mechanics of Deformable Solids |

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14.14 Collapse at plastic - limit load F ( Note :

) v « L , v « a . ( a ) Initial elastic

continues at limit load ; ( b ) plastic deformation only , at limit load ; ( c ) load ...

14.14 Collapse at plastic - limit load F ( Note :

**Deflections**v greatly exaggerated .) v « L , v « a . ( a ) Initial elastic

**deflection**and subsequent shape as**deflection**continues at limit load ; ( b ) plastic deformation only , at limit load ; ( c ) load ...

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When the material is nonlinear , the orientation and the position of the neutral

axis usually will alter from one cross section to the next ; the direction of the

is ...

When the material is nonlinear , the orientation and the position of the neutral

axis usually will alter from one cross section to the next ; the direction of the

**deflection**and the pattern of stress and strain distribution will change as the loadis ...

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Large

slightest disturbance will cause large transverse

the existence of a discrete and not a continuous set of eigenvalues ( 16 . 3 : 4 ) .

Large

**deflection**theory e Poor P Por Pet O max V max Fig . 16 . ... The veryslightest disturbance will cause large transverse

**deflections**at all P > Ph , despitethe existence of a discrete and not a continuous set of eigenvalues ( 16 . 3 : 4 ) .

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