## Introduction to mechanics of deformable solids |

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... incompressibility or zero change in volume, dV = 0, requires tin< = — t/2 or

idealization is no longer applicable once appreciable plastic deformation occurs.

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... incompressibility or zero change in volume, dV = 0, requires tin< = — t/2 or

**Poisson's ratio**y = This geometric calculation is valid, but the linear-elasticidealization is no longer applicable once appreciable plastic deformation occurs.

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in simple shear C„ which replaces G, then is C/3, and deij _ dtn _ Sn _ 3g<y 0.ias

= dT " ~dt ~ 2C. ~ 2C There is no point in rewriting the remaining linear-viscous ...

**Poisson's ratio**y is replaced by \. As discussed in Sec. 4.4, the viscous coefficientin simple shear C„ which replaces G, then is C/3, and deij _ dtn _ Sn _ 3g<y 0.ias

= dT " ~dt ~ 2C. ~ 2C There is no point in rewriting the remaining linear-viscous ...

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9.3) for aai and aci into the Mises yield condition, 3JtY = <r02 = ali — aai<jci + "ci

(13.6:1) Unless we take

Incompressibility of the fluid between the tubes is not consistent with a volume ...

9.3) for aai and aci into the Mises yield condition, 3JtY = <r02 = ali — aai<jci + "ci

(13.6:1) Unless we take

**Poisson's ratio**y to be an undesirable result is obtained.Incompressibility of the fluid between the tubes is not consistent with a volume ...

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