## Introduction to Mechanics of Deformable Solids |

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3 / IDEALIZATIONS OF TIME - INDEPENDENT

majority of engineering applications of structural materials from metals to

concrete and ceramics to plastics and rubber , time independence of the stress -

strain ...

3 / IDEALIZATIONS OF TIME - INDEPENDENT

**BEHAVIOR**IN TENSION In themajority of engineering applications of structural materials from metals to

concrete and ceramics to plastics and rubber , time independence of the stress -

strain ...

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chapter 3 Time - dependent

AND RELAXATION Although time independence is a satisfactory approximation

to the

chapter 3 Time - dependent

**behavior**in tension and compression 3 . 1 / CREEPAND RELAXATION Although time independence is a satisfactory approximation

to the

**behavior**of structural materials in the majority of engineering applications ...Page 60

3 / IDEALIZATIONS OF MATERIAL

independent and the time - dependent

exhibit the same basic forms of response as the

compression .

3 / IDEALIZATIONS OF MATERIAL

**BEHAVIOR**IN SHEAR Both the time -independent and the time - dependent

**behavior**of material in simple shearexhibit the same basic forms of response as the

**behavior**in tension andcompression .

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