## Introduction to Mechanics of Deformable Solids |

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If , instead , the last two equations are solved for u and v and the results

substituted into the 813 equation , an explicit deformation relation is

among 013 , 814 , 815 or their time derivatives , . 814 sin B + 015 sin a cos y + . .

014 cos B ...

If , instead , the last two equations are solved for u and v and the results

substituted into the 813 equation , an explicit deformation relation is

**obtained**among 013 , 814 , 815 or their time derivatives , . 814 sin B + 015 sin a cos y + . .

014 cos B ...

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Development of a feeling for permissible idealizations and approximations is

possible only by comparison of the results

problems with the exact answers for these problems . A secondary reason for the

study of ...

Development of a feeling for permissible idealizations and approximations is

possible only by comparison of the results

**obtained**for more elementaryproblems with the exact answers for these problems . A secondary reason for the

study of ...

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... unless at least some of the salient features of the actual , or real , state ( which

satisfies both equilibrium and compatibility ) appear either in the equilibrium set

or in the compatible set , no information about the real problem will be

... unless at least some of the salient features of the actual , or real , state ( which

satisfies both equilibrium and compatibility ) appear either in the equilibrium set

or in the compatible set , no information about the real problem will be

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