## Introduction to Mechanics of Deformable Solids |

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A

2 is not unreasonable for quasi - static loading . The corresponding factor of

safety against brittle fracture might well exceed 5 , while ensuring against

excessive ...

A

**ratio**of failure , or plastic collapse load , to working load in the neighborhood of2 is not unreasonable for quasi - static loading . The corresponding factor of

safety against brittle fracture might well exceed 5 , while ensuring against

excessive ...

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Not only are they unequal in general , but their

level of stress or strain is altered . The

but mathematically important form of stress - strain relation , the single power -

term ...

Not only are they unequal in general , but their

**ratio**ordinarily will vary as thelevel of stress or strain is altered . The

**ratio**of W to 2 is constant for a very specialbut mathematically important form of stress - strain relation , the single power -

term ...

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Once the stress

equilibrium ( 13 . ... Furthermore , although the rates of twist , elongation , and

strain for a nonlinear material also remain in constant

mn times as ...

Once the stress

**ratios**71 / 72 and 01 / 0a2 are found , the equations ofequilibrium ( 13 . ... Furthermore , although the rates of twist , elongation , and

strain for a nonlinear material also remain in constant

**ratio**, they are not m butmn times as ...

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