## Introduction to mechanics of deformable solids |

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are two independent

, andP9. Additional

additional information. For the parallel three-bar or three-wire system (Fig. 6.3e) ...

are two independent

**equations of equilibrium**relating the three unknowns P7, P8, andP9. Additional

**equations of equilibrium**such as P8 + P9 = Fd provide noadditional information. For the parallel three-bar or three-wire system (Fig. 6.3e) ...

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Two independent

corresponding equations relating dv/dt and du/dt to the time rates of elongation

d8/dt) , with 8 or d8/dt put in terms of P, give five equations in five unknowns: Pu,

...

Two independent

**equations of equilibrium**plus the three equations above (or thecorresponding equations relating dv/dt and du/dt to the time rates of elongation

d8/dt) , with 8 or d8/dt put in terms of P, give five equations in five unknowns: Pu,

...

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Suppose that a particular set of values e', de' /dt, a', da' /dt, M' , dM' /dt, . . . satisfies

equilibrium, compatibility, and the ... Recall that the full linearity (on which

superposition depends) is based in part on writing the

...

Suppose that a particular set of values e', de' /dt, a', da' /dt, M' , dM' /dt, . . . satisfies

equilibrium, compatibility, and the ... Recall that the full linearity (on which

superposition depends) is based in part on writing the

**equations of equilibrium**in...

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