## Introduction to mechanics of deformable solids |

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This trivial illustration does bring out three important features. The first is that the

type and magnitude of the

virtual work need bear no relation to the character of the actual

...

This trivial illustration does bring out three important features. The first is that the

type and magnitude of the

**displacements**u* chosen for the computation of thevirtual work need bear no relation to the character of the actual

**displacement**u of...

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Fig. 15.2 Part (b) shows discontinuous

logical choice for the arbitrary

Each bar ...

Fig. 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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15.2 Find vc, the downward vertical component of

15.5). Use the equation of virtual work. 15.3 A. Use the equation of virtual work

directly to find the downward

elastic ...

15.2 Find vc, the downward vertical component of

**displacement**of pin C (Fig.15.5). Use the equation of virtual work. 15.3 A. Use the equation of virtual work

directly to find the downward

**displacement**A of pin C of the symmetric linear-elastic ...

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