## Introduction to Mechanics of Deformable Solids |

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94 6 . 4 Statically Indeterminate Assemblages 96 6 . 5 Illustrative Example of a

Statically Indeterminate System 99 Linear - elastic 101 Elastic - perfectly plastic

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**Statically Determinate**Assemblages 90 6 . 3**Statically Determinate**Problems94 6 . 4 Statically Indeterminate Assemblages 96 6 . 5 Illustrative Example of a

Statically Indeterminate System 99 Linear - elastic 101 Elastic - perfectly plastic

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... later when still more general nonhomogeneous states of stress are studied and

the equation of virtual work is employed . 6.2 /

ASSEMBLAGES The

... later when still more general nonhomogeneous states of stress are studied and

the equation of virtual work is employed . 6.2 /

**STATICALLY DETERMINATE**ASSEMBLAGES The

**statically determinate**two - bar assemblages shown in Fig .Page 94

... of the angles are substituted . Therefore the rate forms are more fundamental

than those involving the displacements themselves . Nevertheless we shall deal

with both interchangeably . 6 . 3 /

... of the angles are substituted . Therefore the rate forms are more fundamental

than those involving the displacements themselves . Nevertheless we shall deal

with both interchangeably . 6 . 3 /

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