## Introduction to Mechanics of Deformable Solids |

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Note that a return to zero load and the initial temperature from any R between R ”

and Rc will leave a state of

the line of

...

Note that a return to zero load and the initial temperature from any R between R ”

and Rc will leave a state of

**residual**stress , P1 ' = – P2 " + 0 , somewhere alongthe line of

**residual**states of Fig . 6 . 5 , as indicated by the open circle . When the...

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strain in each bar at a very long time tz following the removal of M . E . Assume a

nonlinear Maxwell material with modulus E * , viscosity coefficient c , and

exponent ...

**Residual**stress in each bar , 1 sec after the abrupt removal of M . 5 .**Residual**strain in each bar at a very long time tz following the removal of M . E . Assume a

nonlinear Maxwell material with modulus E * , viscosity coefficient c , and

exponent ...

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0 leaves a

tension at the outside of a thick - walled sphere . Suppose , as in Fig . 9 . 8 , that b

/ a ...

**Residual**stress Unloading from an elastic - plastic state produced by pa with po =0 leaves a

**residual**compression at the inside and a much smaller**residual**tension at the outside of a thick - walled sphere . Suppose , as in Fig . 9 . 8 , that b

/ a ...

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