## Introduction to Mechanics of Deformable Solids |

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respectively . Point A , originally on the x axis a distance Ax from 0 , goes to A ' .

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**Displacement**, deformation , and distortion . torted in general . The**displacement**components of O are labeled u , v , w in the x , y , z directions ,respectively . Point A , originally on the x axis a distance Ax from 0 , goes to A ' .

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15.2 Part ( b ) shows discontinuous

logical choice for the arbitrary

Each bar ...

15.2 Part ( b ) shows discontinuous

**displacement**. Because of symmetry , alogical choice for the arbitrary

**displacement**field and compatible strains is to**displace**C down by A * , with the support points A and B remaining in position .Each bar ...

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Which layout is better ? Why ? What modification would you employ if the total

balance weight is restricted to 10 lb ? 15 . 2 Find vc , the downward vertical

component of

work . 15 .

Which layout is better ? Why ? What modification would you employ if the total

balance weight is restricted to 10 lb ? 15 . 2 Find vc , the downward vertical

component of

**displacement**of pin C ( Fig . 15 . 5 ) . Use the equation of virtualwork . 15 .

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