## Introduction to Mechanics of Deformable Solids |

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It is worth recalling that the special strain requirement is met in

tension or compression of bars of homogeneous isotropic material of any cross

section ; the axial strain is

...

It is worth recalling that the special strain requirement is met in

**uniform**axialtension or compression of bars of homogeneous isotropic material of any cross

section ; the axial strain is

**uniform**, and the transverse strains are the same in all...

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9 is modified by changing its cross section from round to square and by fixing the

end A against rotation but keeping B as a simple support . P is removed , and a

9 is modified by changing its cross section from round to square and by fixing the

end A against rotation but keeping B as a simple support . P is removed , and a

**uniform**load of q lb / in . is applied over the entire span . If the response is linear ...Page 420

If the columns are linear - elastic , some of the buckling loads can be obtained

from others . For example , P . for the

the

shown ...

If the columns are linear - elastic , some of the buckling loads can be obtained

from others . For example , P . for the

**uniform**cantilever column does give Ph forthe

**uniform**hinged - ended column , and vice versa . The reflected picture ,shown ...

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