## Introduction to Mechanics of Deformable Solids |

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BENDING OR ENFORCED ROTATION 7 . 20 Consider a beam of uniform cross

section which is symmetric about the xy plane but not the xz plane . A pure

bending ...

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**Actual**beam A = 11 in . 2 ) 7 . 8 / PROBLEMS OF**ACTUAL**BEAMS IN PUREBENDING OR ENFORCED ROTATION 7 . 20 Consider a beam of uniform cross

section which is symmetric about the xy plane but not the xz plane . A pure

bending ...

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Of course , unless at least some of the salient features of the

( which satisfies both equilibrium and compatibility ) appear either in the

equilibrium set or in the compatible set , no information about the real problem

will be ...

Of course , unless at least some of the salient features of the

**actual**, or real , state( which satisfies both equilibrium and compatibility ) appear either in the

equilibrium set or in the compatible set , no information about the real problem

will be ...

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When the displacements and strains of the

example , may depend upon N , My , M2 , and T in combination . Linear - elastic

systems are decoupled to the extent that each component of strain is at most a ...

When the displacements and strains of the

**actual**system are considered , 8 , forexample , may depend upon N , My , M2 , and T in combination . Linear - elastic

systems are decoupled to the extent that each component of strain is at most a ...

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