## Introduction to Mechanics of Deformable Solids |

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As Fc continues to increase , the temperature remains

remain fixed in position . 6 . What is the effect of temperature change and support

movement on the plastic - limit load ? B . Now replace bar 2 with a linear ...

As Fc continues to increase , the temperature remains

**constant**and the supportsremain fixed in position . 6 . What is the effect of temperature change and support

movement on the plastic - limit load ? B . Now replace bar 2 with a linear ...

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A rotation 0 is imposed abruptly ( in a time « CM / EM ) at time t = 0 and then held

linear - elastic response in each bar , with a total moment Mo . All bars then ...

A rotation 0 is imposed abruptly ( in a time « CM / EM ) at time t = 0 and then held

**constant**for an indefinitely long period . The rotation gives rise to an immediatelinear - elastic response in each bar , with a total moment Mo . All bars then ...

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A . N = 80 , 000 lb is applied first in an abrupt manner at time t = 0 and then

maintained

maintained

and all ...

A . N = 80 , 000 lb is applied first in an abrupt manner at time t = 0 and then

maintained

**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 ,and all ...

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