## Introduction to Mechanics of Deformable Solids |

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chapter 13

solutions 290 13 . 1 Previous Stopping Point and Restatement of Problem 290 13

. 2 J 2 - type Stress - Strain Relations for pa , oc , 0q , Tac 295

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chapter 13

**Nonlinear**thick - walled homogeneous cylinder and assemblagesolutions 290 13 . 1 Previous Stopping Point and Restatement of Problem 290 13

. 2 J 2 - type Stress - Strain Relations for pa , oc , 0q , Tac 295

**Nonlinear**- viscousJ ...

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behavior and yet be

determined by the stress , e = elo ) ; the unloading and reloading curve coincides

with the ...

**Nonlinear**- elastic Rubberlike materials may exhibit predominantly elasticbehavior and yet be

**nonlinear**. In simple tension the longitudinal strain isdetermined by the stress , e = elo ) ; the unloading and reloading curve coincides

with the ...

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3 : 1 or 2 ) are

which reduce to the linear forms when Fe is a constant ( 1 / E ) . They represent

elastic ( reversible ) behavior because the state of strain is determined uniquely

by the ...

3 : 1 or 2 ) are

**nonlinear**stress - strain relations for isotropic elastic materialwhich reduce to the linear forms when Fe is a constant ( 1 / E ) . They represent

elastic ( reversible ) behavior because the state of strain is determined uniquely

by the ...

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