## Introduction to Mechanics of Deformable Solids |

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If the shear - stress vs shear - strain curves are

change of scale , the shear strain as computed will be tan y automatically . For

small y there is , as mentioned previously , no important difference between tan y

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If the shear - stress vs shear - strain curves are

**simple**T versus y curves with achange of scale , the shear strain as computed will be tan y automatically . For

small y there is , as mentioned previously , no important difference between tan y

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Table 4.1 Model

, c € = o / E de = de + del de dt С T τ , γ G , Cs , Cs - + / G dy dret dyp dy dt CH dy

1 dt + dt Gm dt CsM dy T = G KY + C & K dt Linear - viscous T de Linear Maxwell

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Table 4.1 Model

**Simple**shear Uniaxial tension All Linear - elastic Plastic o , E , C, c € = o / E de = de + del de dt С T τ , γ G , Cs , Cs - + / G dy dret dyp dy dt CH dy

1 dt + dt Gm dt CsM dy T = G KY + C & K dt Linear - viscous T de Linear Maxwell

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Note that J , is fo2 for

( 12 . 3 : 7 ) into ( 12 . 3 : 5 ) for these two

( 102 ) ( n - 1 ) / 20 = = Bon - ( 0 ) " 3 ( n - 1 ) / 2 = ( 12 . 3 : 9 ) jö = 3B ( - 2 ) ( n + ...

Note that J , is fo2 for

**simple**tension and v2 for**simple**shear . Substitution of Eq .( 12 . 3 : 7 ) into ( 12 . 3 : 5 ) for these two

**simple**examples separately gives iu = B( 102 ) ( n - 1 ) / 20 = = Bon - ( 0 ) " 3 ( n - 1 ) / 2 = ( 12 . 3 : 9 ) jö = 3B ( - 2 ) ( n + ...

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