## Introduction to mechanics of deformable solids |

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6.6 Statically Indeterminate Problems 106 chapter 7 Beams in pure bending Hi

115 117 122 7.1 Pure Bending of Plane

Compression 111 Linear-elastic behaoior 114 Elastic — perfectly plastic

idealization ...

6.6 Statically Indeterminate Problems 106 chapter 7 Beams in pure bending Hi

115 117 122 7.1 Pure Bending of Plane

**Assemblages**of Bars in Tension andCompression 111 Linear-elastic behaoior 114 Elastic — perfectly plastic

idealization ...

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M Four-element model and mixed models Figure 7.11 shows creep and recovery

in a four-element model

model with linear Maxwell bars on the outside and linear-elastic bars on the ...

M Four-element model and mixed models Figure 7.11 shows creep and recovery

in a four-element model

**assemblage**, Figs. 7.12 and 7.13 the behavior of a mixedmodel with linear Maxwell bars on the outside and linear-elastic bars on the ...

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These circular arcs are quite different in appearance from the straight bars of the

fibers of the beam and the strain t, or change in length per unit of length, vary ...

These circular arcs are quite different in appearance from the straight bars of the

**assemblages**we have been considering. However, the change in length 5 of thefibers of the beam and the strain t, or change in length per unit of length, vary ...

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