## Introduction to Mechanics of Deformable Solids |

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34 A rectangular bar of steel , 1 in . wide , 4 in . high , and 3 ft long , is heated

uniformly on its top

The temperature induced in the bar is 164°F everywhere at the top

100°F ...

34 A rectangular bar of steel , 1 in . wide , 4 in . high , and 3 ft long , is heated

uniformly on its top

**surface**and insulated completely on its two side**surfaces**.The temperature induced in the bar is 164°F everywhere at the top

**surface**and100°F ...

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Normally they much prefer the tedious direct approach to the answer over the

interesting short cuts which require estimation or " judgment ” by comparison of

two numbers or more . 11 . 8 / PROBLEMS OF STRAIN IN A

Three ...

Normally they much prefer the tedious direct approach to the answer over the

interesting short cuts which require estimation or " judgment ” by comparison of

two numbers or more . 11 . 8 / PROBLEMS OF STRAIN IN A

**SURFACE**11 . 16Three ...

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of the space without altering the ellipsoidal nature of the

- line segment joining two points of the curve or

else ; tangent planes or lines are everywhere outside the

of the space without altering the ellipsoidal nature of the

**surfaces**. ... Any straight- line segment joining two points of the curve or

**surface**lies inside everywhereelse ; tangent planes or lines are everywhere outside the

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