## Introduction to Mechanics of Deformable Solids |

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Creep , the change in dimension with time at a

loss of stress with time at a

time effects . They often govern the useful life of turbines , engines and other ...

Creep , the change in dimension with time at a

**given**load , and relaxation , theloss of stress with time at a

**given**deformation , are two of the manifestations oftime effects . They often govern the useful life of turbines , engines and other ...

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One is that the lever arm for moment is increased so that a

a larger resisting moment . The other is that the rotation arm is increased so that a

One is that the lever arm for moment is increased so that a

**given**stress producesa larger resisting moment . The other is that the rotation arm is increased so that a

**given**strain corresponds to a smaller rotation . This latter attribute is not an ...Page 229

Similarly , results for the inclined plane i are

counterclockwise from the line to 1 . Figure 11 . 12 shows the planes of maximum

shear stress and the magnitudes and directions of the shear stress and the ...

Similarly , results for the inclined plane i are

**given**by a line from the pole at 30°counterclockwise from the line to 1 . Figure 11 . 12 shows the planes of maximum

shear stress and the magnitudes and directions of the shear stress and the ...

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