## Introduction to mechanics of deformable solids |

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chapter 10 Combined loading, superposition 199 chapter 11 Principal stresses

and principal strains. Stress and strain as tensors 218 chapter 12 (Isotropic)

viscoelastic ...

chapter 10 Combined loading, superposition 199 chapter 11 Principal stresses

and principal strains. Stress and strain as tensors 218 chapter 12 (Isotropic)

**stress**-**strain relations**in three dimensions 264 Linear-viscous and linear-viscoelastic ...

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Considerations of equilibrium, of strains and the deformations they are

compatible with, and of

of these homogeneous states. However, the

material ...

Considerations of equilibrium, of strains and the deformations they are

compatible with, and of

**stress**-**strain relations**all have entered into the discussionof these homogeneous states. However, the

**stress**-**strain relations**for thematerial ...

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Find and sketch the initial, the final, and at least one intermediate distribution of

normal stress on the cross section ... If the

perfectly plastic type or of a nonlinear- elastic form showing little or no increase in

...

Find and sketch the initial, the final, and at least one intermediate distribution of

normal stress on the cross section ... If the

**stress**-**strain relation**were of theperfectly plastic type or of a nonlinear- elastic form showing little or no increase in

...

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