## Introduction to Mechanics of Deformable Solids |

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If an estimate is available on the strain

to lie somewhere in the middle of the corresponding

problems can be solved with an unspecified value of oo and the appropriate

value ...

If an estimate is available on the strain

**range**of interest , it is better to choose ooto lie somewhere in the middle of the corresponding

**range**of stress . Oftenproblems can be solved with an unspecified value of oo and the appropriate

value ...

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Experimental results can be obtained for the small - strain

much trouble from buckling . The behavior for large strains can be found with

sufficient accuracy by an extrapolation of a series of tests on tubes of different

thickness .

Experimental results can be obtained for the small - strain

**range**without toomuch trouble from buckling . The behavior for large strains can be found with

sufficient accuracy by an extrapolation of a series of tests on tubes of different

thickness .

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Poisson ' s ratio v depends upon the material and the

is operating . A value close to į is found in the inelastic

common in the elastic

Poisson ' s ratio v depends upon the material and the

**range**in which the materialis operating . A value close to į is found in the inelastic

**range**; values of 1 to farecommon in the elastic

**range**( Fig . 2 . 3 and table in Appendix ) . Away from end ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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