## Introduction to Mechanics of Deformable Solids |

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The curve which joins the

states of stress da , oc on the inside , for which the response of the original

material is purely elastic or almost so , from the states of stress on the outside ,

which ...

The curve which joins the

**initial**yield points ( the**initial**yield curve ) separates thestates of stress da , oc on the inside , for which the response of the original

material is purely elastic or almost so , from the states of stress on the outside ,

which ...

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A small increase in P causes a large increase in Vmax ; dP / dv max = 0 at P = Ph

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determination of Ph , is a fascinating topic in applied mathematics which has

reached a ...

A small increase in P causes a large increase in Vmax ; dP / dv max = 0 at P = Ph

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**Initial**deflection The eigenvalue type of problem , as illustrated by thedetermination of Ph , is a fascinating topic in applied mathematics which has

reached a ...

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imperfection , 410

Buckling , Column ; Necking ) Interior pressure , 73 in spherical shell assemblage

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**Initial**creep , 30 ( See also under Creep )**Initial**deflection orimperfection , 410

**Initial**stress , 96**Initial**yield ( see Yield ,**initial**) Instability ( seeBuckling , Column ; Necking ) Interior pressure , 73 in spherical shell assemblage

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