## Introduction to Mechanics of Deformable Solids |

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If the cross - sectional area is denoted by A and the axis of the bar by x , the

picture of the forces and the

the two ...

If the cross - sectional area is denoted by A and the axis of the bar by x , the

picture of the forces and the

**moments**acting on A is exactly the same as ... The**moment**about the axis of the bar M . = T is called a twisting**moment**, or torque ;the two ...

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Of the three components of force and the three components of

normal force acting alone has been examined carefully for all cross sections of

bar . Twisting

studied ...

Of the three components of force and the three components of

**moment**, only thenormal force acting alone has been examined carefully for all cross sections of

bar . Twisting

**moment**alone on a thin - walled circular tube also has beenstudied ...

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Further increase in load cannot increase the end

hinge develops at each end . Additional load is carried as though the beam were

simply supported at the ends . The

Further increase in load cannot increase the end

**moments**above Mo . A plastichinge develops at each end . Additional load is carried as though the beam were

simply supported at the ends . The

**moment**at the center is only Mo / 2 when the ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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