## Introduction to mechanics of deformable solids |

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6.1c instead of bars 1 and 2, respectively, Fc instead of Fa, and point C instead of

point A. 6.4

linear- elastic. However, bars 2, 4, and 6 now are to be considered as linear-

visco- ...

6.1c instead of bars 1 and 2, respectively, Fc instead of Fa, and point C instead of

point A. 6.4

**Suppose**, as in the preceding problems, that bars 1, 3, and 5 arelinear- elastic. However, bars 2, 4, and 6 now are to be considered as linear-

visco- ...

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D. Assume a linear Kelvin material, with modulus Ek and viscous coefficient Ck-

A counterclockwise moment Mc is applied, maintained constant for a very long

time, and then removed abruptly.

C ...

D. Assume a linear Kelvin material, with modulus Ek and viscous coefficient Ck-

A counterclockwise moment Mc is applied, maintained constant for a very long

time, and then removed abruptly.

**Suppose**that all the answers to parts A , B, andC ...

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Defining your notation carefully, be explicit on how you would modify these

answers, or, more directly, find : 1 . Stress in each bar due to Mc 2. Rotation in

time ti due to ...

**Suppose**all the answers to the previous parts of this question are known.Defining your notation carefully, be explicit on how you would modify these

answers, or, more directly, find : 1 . Stress in each bar due to Mc 2. Rotation in

time ti due to ...

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