## Introduction to mechanics of deformable solids |

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Figure 3.6 plots a few typical examples, including the intermediate case of partial

recovery. The possible and the actual complexity of

under arbitrary general stress or strain history and any combination of the two is ...

Figure 3.6 plots a few typical examples, including the intermediate case of partial

recovery. The possible and the actual complexity of

**time**-**dependent**behaviorunder arbitrary general stress or strain history and any combination of the two is ...

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In compression, the

structural materials is very much the same as described for tension. Unless

explicitly stated otherwise, the stress-strain formulations and the values of the

material ...

In compression, the

**time**-**dependent**behavior in the small-strain range of moststructural materials is very much the same as described for tension. Unless

explicitly stated otherwise, the stress-strain formulations and the values of the

material ...

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Daniel Charles Drucker.

increase the conceptual difficulty if the materials are linear. Linearity permits

superposition of solutions with appropriate adjustment of the origin of the time

scale.

Daniel Charles Drucker.

**Time**-**dependent**materials**Time dependence**does notincrease the conceptual difficulty if the materials are linear. Linearity permits

superposition of solutions with appropriate adjustment of the origin of the time

scale.

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