## Introduction to Mechanics of Deformable Solids |

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3 Suppose that the arrangement

side . A . Where would you expect the weak point of the frame to be ? Why ? B .

Would it help to move the point of attachment of the string to the frame ? C . If so ...

3 Suppose that the arrangement

**shown**for Prob . 1 . 1 is just a little on the weakside . A . Where would you expect the weak point of the frame to be ? Why ? B .

Would it help to move the point of attachment of the string to the frame ? C . If so ...

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Daniel Charles Drucker. is the elastic response already computed . This is

in Fig . 6 . 5 for zero temperature change . As R continues to increase , one or the

other of the tubes will reach the yield stress first at a value of R = RY . Figure 6 .

Daniel Charles Drucker. is the elastic response already computed . This is

**shown**in Fig . 6 . 5 for zero temperature change . As R continues to increase , one or the

other of the tubes will reach the yield stress first at a value of R = RY . Figure 6 .

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A much more difficult procedure is sketched in Fig . 15.26 to emphasize the

permissible lack of realism of the arbitrary displacement field and to discuss the

treatment of discontinuities of displacement . A portion of the truss is

displaced ...

A much more difficult procedure is sketched in Fig . 15.26 to emphasize the

permissible lack of realism of the arbitrary displacement field and to discuss the

treatment of discontinuities of displacement . A portion of the truss is

**shown**displaced ...

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