## Introduction to mechanics of deformable solids |

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E. For a linear Kelvin idealization which is loaded abruptly to a moment M, kept at

M for a long time <*, then

subsequent time: 1. What is the initial angular rotation 6? 2. Find the value of 6

after ...

E. For a linear Kelvin idealization which is loaded abruptly to a moment M, kept at

M for a long time <*, then

**unloaded**abruptly to M = 0 and kept at zero for allsubsequent time: 1. What is the initial angular rotation 6? 2. Find the value of 6

after ...

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The abrupt loading M is followed at any time later by an abrupt

negative moment M by itself would produce a response exactly the same as

shown at ...

The abrupt loading M is followed at any time later by an abrupt

**unloading**M. The**unloading**may be looked at as the application of a negative moment M . Anegative moment M by itself would produce a response exactly the same as

shown at ...

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or (b) (c) NA for

Fig. 7.29 Single plane of symmetry. Elastic and plastic response upon loading

and

or (b) (c) NA for

**unloading**from fully plastic state NA for original elastic loadingFig. 7.29 Single plane of symmetry. Elastic and plastic response upon loading

and

**unloading**, (a) Elastic; (6) fully plastic; (c) residual; (d) cross section. material.### What people are saying - Write a review

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