## Introduction to Mechanics of Deformable Solids |

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specifications limit the working load Rw to some fraction of the load for first yield ,

Ry , say Rw = 17 R RY Continuation of the loading beyond RY causes continued

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**Figure**6 . 5 shows tube 2 reaching yield first ( point Y ) . Many designspecifications limit the working load Rw to some fraction of the load for first yield ,

Ry , say Rw = 17 R RY Continuation of the loading beyond RY causes continued

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loading M is followed at any time later by an abrupt unloading 11 . The unloading

may be looked at as the application of a negative moment M . A negative moment

M ...

**Figure**7 . 8 for a linear Maxwell assemblage is a trivial example . The abruptloading M is followed at any time later by an abrupt unloading 11 . The unloading

may be looked at as the application of a negative moment M . A negative moment

M ...

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exhibited on the circle through the determination of the point labeled as the pole

for normals . Stress points 1 , 3 , i , and ( 07 , — Try ) appear in ( c ) just as they do

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**Figure**11 . 11c demonstrates how directions on the actual**figure**( a ) can beexhibited on the circle through the determination of the point labeled as the pole

for normals . Stress points 1 , 3 , i , and ( 07 , — Try ) appear in ( c ) just as they do

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