## Introduction to mechanics of deformable solids |

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Yield points must lie inside shaded regions or on the bounding secants or chords

. shading in

curve of

Yield points must lie inside shaded regions or on the bounding secants or chords

. shading in

**Fig**. 10.8. The intersection with the aa-r plane (ac = 0) is the yieldcurve of

**Fig**. 10.7a, which also is**shown**shaded in quarter section in**Fig**.Page 218

One facet lies in the repeated mention and occasional use that has been made of

the fact that inelastic behavior is governed primarily by shear stress for most

structural materials. As

stress ...

One facet lies in the repeated mention and occasional use that has been made of

the fact that inelastic behavior is governed primarily by shear stress for most

structural materials. As

**shown**in Sec. 4.1 (see**Fig**. 4.2), the maximum shearstress ...

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16.5 / OTHER END CONDITIONS Linear-elastic columns A fixed-ended column

of length Li is

and hinged at the other) of length L2 is drawn in Fig. 16.76, and a continuous ...

16.5 / OTHER END CONDITIONS Linear-elastic columns A fixed-ended column

of length Li is

**shown in Fig**. 16.3c, a propped cantilever column (fixed at one endand hinged at the other) of length L2 is drawn in Fig. 16.76, and a continuous ...

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