## Introduction to mechanics of deformable solids |

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A. When the extreme fiber stress (the

moments 1. Mj 2. My* about the coordinate axes. B. When the beam is essentially

fully plastic (<r0 everywhere except the immediate vicinity of the neutral axis), ...

A. When the extreme fiber stress (the

**maximum**stress) just reaches a0, find themoments 1. Mj 2. My* about the coordinate axes. B. When the beam is essentially

fully plastic (<r0 everywhere except the immediate vicinity of the neutral axis), ...

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Perhaps

types; perhaps a very complicated function of shear stress governs. A rational

basis for decision can be achieved only by delving much more deeply into the

nature ...

Perhaps

**maximum**shear stress alone is significant for inelastic behavior of alltypes; perhaps a very complicated function of shear stress governs. A rational

basis for decision can be achieved only by delving much more deeply into the

nature ...

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B. Compute the algebraic

Indicate where each acts on a sketch of the frame. C. If you solved Prob. 1.1

previously, evaluate the answer you gave then. 14.36 Parts of Prob. 14.35 as

assigned ...

B. Compute the algebraic

**maximum**of ax and the numeric**maximum**at A- A.Indicate where each acts on a sketch of the frame. C. If you solved Prob. 1.1

previously, evaluate the answer you gave then. 14.36 Parts of Prob. 14.35 as

assigned ...

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