## Introduction to Mechanics of Deformable Solids |

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Deformable bodies , such as spring connections , are treated in terms of the

each instant of time there will be some distribution of

.

Deformable bodies , such as spring connections , are treated in terms of the

**forces**they exert on the rigid bodies or the point masses to which they are ... Ateach instant of time there will be some distribution of

**force**on the plane of the cut.

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A third equilibrium equation , summation of

check but does not provide new information . ... subtracting In each of the

examples , at each instant of time , the

applied load .

A third equilibrium equation , summation of

**forces**, P3 + P4 = FB serves as acheck but does not provide new information . ... subtracting In each of the

examples , at each instant of time , the

**force**in each bar is proportional to theapplied load .

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12 T outward by a total

= Tpa a ' t a3 + b3 | a2b3 + a362 Pi + P , ( 9 . 3 : 17 ) T a3 + b3 Pa 2v Therefore a

compressive axial

12 T outward by a total

**force**F . F = patra ? + på ( 62 – a2 ) Labe ao ( b ? – a ? ) ]= Tpa a ' t a3 + b3 | a2b3 + a362 Pi + P , ( 9 . 3 : 17 ) T a3 + b3 Pa 2v Therefore a

compressive axial

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