## Introduction to Mechanics of Deformable Solids |

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Excessive plastic

although the structure may no longer be usable . A ratio of failure , or plastic

collapse load , to working load in the neighborhood of 2 is not unreasonable for

quasi ...

Excessive plastic

**deformation**is unpleasant but generally not catastrophic ,although the structure may no longer be usable . A ratio of failure , or plastic

collapse load , to working load in the neighborhood of 2 is not unreasonable for

quasi ...

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upon the operating conditions . When time effects are pronounced so that a time -

dependent idealization is needed , failure normally will mean excessive ...

**Deformation**and fracture will be more or will be less time - sensitive dependingupon the operating conditions . When time effects are pronounced so that a time -

dependent idealization is needed , failure normally will mean excessive ...

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Therefore , dy + 88 + 0g = 0 is the condition of

apart a distance A , the zero on the right - hand side is replaced by A . If the

supports move together a distance A , the zero is replaced by – A . Expressing

the ...

Therefore , dy + 88 + 0g = 0 is the condition of

**deformation**. If the supports moveapart a distance A , the zero on the right - hand side is replaced by A . If the

supports move together a distance A , the zero is replaced by – A . Expressing

the ...

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