## Introduction to Mechanics of Deformable Solids |

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Calculations offer little difficulty beyond that of geometry . If the bars are both

linear - elastic , the history of the loading has no influence on their deformation .

The elongation of each is

both ...

Calculations offer little difficulty beyond that of geometry . If the bars are both

linear - elastic , the history of the loading has no influence on their deformation .

The elongation of each is

**determined**by the present value of the force . If one orboth ...

Page 208

The total stress is always just the sum of the stresses which would be caused by

each load acting alone and so is

properties of the material other than the homogeneity associated with axial ...

The total stress is always just the sum of the stresses which would be caused by

each load acting alone and so is

**determined**by the loads without reference to theproperties of the material other than the homogeneity associated with axial ...

Page 228

Two points are sufficient to

the on axis . ... The pole is

inclination a of the 10 , 000 - psi normal stress on plane 1 , or by the line through

3 ...

Two points are sufficient to

**determine**the circle , because its center must lie onthe on axis . ... The pole is

**determined**by the line through point 1 at the angle ofinclination a of the 10 , 000 - psi normal stress on plane 1 , or by the line through

3 ...

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