## Introduction to mechanics of deformable solids |

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2.6 "True"

to structures and machines and so will not be given much attention in this text.

Nevertheless it is worth noting that the drop in the nominal

...

2.6 "True"

**stress**-**strain curves**in tension. in almost all the applications of metalsto structures and machines and so will not be given much attention in this text.

Nevertheless it is worth noting that the drop in the nominal

**stress**-**strain curves**of...

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Unloading follows a quite different path (an elastic path) from loading so that

stress no longer determines strain uniquely. The history of the ... When the

idealization is applied to a

structural ...

Unloading follows a quite different path (an elastic path) from loading so that

stress no longer determines strain uniquely. The history of the ... When the

idealization is applied to a

**stress**-**strain curve**of the type shown in Fig. 2.8 for astructural ...

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If the column is perfectly straight to start, and if the

linear-work-hardening type, with constant Et in the plastic range (Fig. 2.8),

bending will begin at the tangent-modulus load but the reduced modulus load

will be ...

If the column is perfectly straight to start, and if the

**stress**-**strain curve**is of thelinear-work-hardening type, with constant Et in the plastic range (Fig. 2.8),

bending will begin at the tangent-modulus load but the reduced modulus load

will be ...

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