## Introduction to Mechanics of Deformable Solids |

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1 Pure Bending of Plane

Linear - elastic behavior 114 Elastic ... 146 Derivation of beam formulas 147

Elastic - plastic beams 149 Simulation of a beam by an

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1 Pure Bending of Plane

**Assemblages**of Bars in Tension and Compression 111Linear - elastic behavior 114 Elastic ... 146 Derivation of beam formulas 147

Elastic - plastic beams 149 Simulation of a beam by an

**assemblage**of bars 151 7.

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13 Relaxation of five - bar composite

element model and mixed models Figure 7 . 11 shows creep and recovery in a

four - element model

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13 Relaxation of five - bar composite

**assemblage**( see Fig . 7 . 12 ) . 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 mixed...

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

between the beam and the

long ...

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

**assemblages**we have been considering ... Much of the pictorial differencebetween the beam and the

**assemblage**of bars can be removed by replacing thelong ...

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