## Introduction to mechanics of deformable solids |

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In each of the examples, at each instant of time, the force in each bar is

proportional to the

the properties of the material under uniaxial force. Calculations offer little difficulty

beyond ...

In each of the examples, at each instant of time, the force in each bar is

proportional to the

**applied**load. The deformations can be computed directly fromthe properties of the material under uniaxial force. Calculations offer little difficulty

beyond ...

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C. Assume a linear Maxwell material, with modulus EM and viscous coefficient

Cm- A counterclockwise moment Mc is

previous parts of this question are known. Defining your notation carefully, ...

C. Assume a linear Maxwell material, with modulus EM and viscous coefficient

Cm- A counterclockwise moment Mc is

**applied**. Suppose all the answers to theprevious parts of this question are known. Defining your notation carefully, ...

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A. N = 80,000 lb is

maintained constant. Ten hours later T = 14,000 ft-lb is

maintained constant along with N. At t = 25 hr, M = 190,000 in.-lb is

all are ...

A. N = 80,000 lb is

**applied**first in an abrupt manner at time < = 0 and thenmaintained constant. Ten hours later T = 14,000 ft-lb is

**applied**abruptly andmaintained constant along with N. At t = 25 hr, M = 190,000 in.-lb is

**applied**, andall are ...

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