## Introduction to mechanics of deformable solids |

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Yield points must lie inside shaded regions or on the bounding secants or chords

. shading in

curve of

Yield points must lie inside shaded regions or on the bounding secants or chords

. shading in

**Fig**. 10.8. The intersection with the aa-r plane (ac = 0) is the yieldcurve of

**Fig**. 10.7a, which also is**shown**shaded in quarter section in**Fig**.Page 334

the direction of rotation at the plastic hinge. ... As

and moment diagrams of M versus x, the bending moment at each cross section

can ...

**Fig**. 14.6 Overhanging beam. replaced by M = M0 or — M0 in accordance withthe direction of rotation at the plastic hinge. ... As

**shown**by free-body sketchesand moment diagrams of M versus x, the bending moment at each cross section

can ...

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16.5 / OTHER END CONDITIONS Li near -elastic columns A fixed-ended column

of length Ll is

and hinged at the other) of length L2 is drawn in Fig. 16.76, and a continuous ...

16.5 / OTHER END CONDITIONS Li near -elastic columns A fixed-ended column

of length Ll is

**shown in Fig**. 16.3c, a propped cantilever column (fixed at one endand hinged at the other) of length L2 is drawn in Fig. 16.76, and a continuous ...

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