## Introduction to Mechanics of Deformable Solids |

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An obvious particular

Upon putting the differential equation in standard form , de + Eke the

the homogeneous equation ( right - hand side set equal to zero ) is e = Be - ( Ex ...

An obvious particular

**solution**is e = 01 / EK , which is the asymptotic value of e .Upon putting the differential equation in standard form , de + Eke the

**solution**tothe homogeneous equation ( right - hand side set equal to zero ) is e = Be - ( Ex ...

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The answer found is correct , but remember that in general a

the

, for fully stable materials and bodies , the history of the applied loading ...

The answer found is correct , but remember that in general a

**solution**may not bethe

**solution**. Uniqueness must be studied or at least stated . The statement is that, for fully stable materials and bodies , the history of the applied loading ...

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Analytic

the moment - curvature or torque - twist curve by linear - elastic response clear up

to a plastic - limit moment M , or To , at which point the deformation is unlimited ...

Analytic

**solution**is possible when the further approximation is made of replacingthe moment - curvature or torque - twist curve by linear - elastic response clear up

to a plastic - limit moment M , or To , at which point the deformation is unlimited ...

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