## Introduction to mechanics of deformable solids |

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recoverable changes, an

decrease due to

the dead weights alone are not the actual stresses. A normal compressive stress

...

recoverable changes, an

**increase**in volume due to**increase**in tension and adecrease due to

**increase**in compression. Of course, the stresses computed fromthe dead weights alone are not the actual stresses. A normal compressive stress

...

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Pi = Pi= ~%*0A P3 = +frr0A As the force in bar 4 cannot

further

magnitudes of the forces Pi, Pi, and P3. The algebraic sum of the forces must

remain zero.

Pi = Pi= ~%*0A P3 = +frr0A As the force in bar 4 cannot

**increase**beyond O0A,further

**increase**in moment M must be carried solely by**increases**in themagnitudes of the forces Pi, Pi, and P3. The algebraic sum of the forces must

remain zero.

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Instead, the load is

must be examined, not just stability of existing configuration. Figure 16.6d

exhibits a combination of moment M and an accompanying minimum

load ...

Instead, the load is

**increased**continually until failure is reached. Stability of pathmust be examined, not just stability of existing configuration. Figure 16.6d

exhibits a combination of moment M and an accompanying minimum

**increase**inload ...

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