## Introduction to Mechanics of Deformable Solids |

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9 Axial symmetry , uniformity along

contradiction if radial lines distort in the cross section or warp out of the cross

section . conditions , symmetry requires the cross section midway between the

two ...

9 Axial symmetry , uniformity along

**length**, and " same ” end conditions lead to acontradiction if radial lines distort in the cross section or warp out of the cross

section . conditions , symmetry requires the cross section midway between the

two ...

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3 to 14 . 16 are but a few examples of that most important class of bodies , beams

in bending under transverse force . All are examples of bars with continuous or

discontinuous variations in force ( moment ) or cross section along their

3 to 14 . 16 are but a few examples of that most important class of bodies , beams

in bending under transverse force . All are examples of bars with continuous or

discontinuous variations in force ( moment ) or cross section along their

**length**.Page 420

5 / OTHER END CONDITIONS Linear - elastic columns A fixed - ended column of

and hinged at the other ) of

5 / OTHER END CONDITIONS Linear - elastic columns A fixed - ended column of

**length**Li is shown in Fig . 16 . 3c , a propped cantilever column ( fixed at one endand hinged at the other ) of

**length**L2 is drawn in Fig . 16 . 76 , and a ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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