## Introduction to Mechanics of Deformable Solids |

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6 Statically Indeterminate Problems 106 chapter 7 Beams in

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Linear - elastic behavior 114 Elastic - perfectly plastic idealization 115 Linear ...

6 Statically Indeterminate Problems 106 chapter 7 Beams in

**pure**bending 111 7 .1

**Pure**Bending of Plane Assemblages of Bars in Tension and Compression 111Linear - elastic behavior 114 Elastic - perfectly plastic idealization 115 Linear ...

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COMPRESSION A brief look at the development so far shows that but a bare

beginning has been made in the attack on the general problem of the prismatic or

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**PURE**BENDING OF PLANE ASSEMBLAGES OF BARS IN TENSION ANDCOMPRESSION A brief look at the development so far shows that but a bare

beginning has been made in the attack on the general problem of the prismatic or

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doubly symmetric assemblage of bars suggests a doubly symmetric beam of

constant , or uniform , cross section along its length . In

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**PURE**BENDING OF ACTUAL BEAMS Relation to assemblages of bars Adoubly symmetric assemblage of bars suggests a doubly symmetric beam of

constant , or uniform , cross section along its length . In

**pure**bending , each cross...

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