## Introduction to Mechanics of Deformable Solids |

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A very useful idealization in practice and in theoretical development is to assume

linear - elastic behavior up to

constant stress and without volume change . The picture is very much like that for

the ...

A very useful idealization in practice and in theoretical development is to assume

linear - elastic behavior up to

**yield**, followed by unlimited plastic strain atconstant stress and without volume change . The picture is very much like that for

the ...

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definition of

curve ) separates the states of stress oa , oc on the inside , for which the

response of the ...

7

**Yield**curves for combined tension and torsion . moderate to large offsetdefinition of

**yield**. The curve which joins the initial**yield**points ( the initial**yield**curve ) separates the states of stress oa , oc on the inside , for which the

response of the ...

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... 271 , 284 Voigt model ( see Kelvin or Voigt model ) Volume change , in creep ,

77 in tension , 18 per unit volume , 77 , 250 Volumetric energy , 279

9 bar assemblage in bending , 116 bar in tension plus torsion , 311 beam , 149 ...

... 271 , 284 Voigt model ( see Kelvin or Voigt model ) Volume change , in creep ,

77 in tension , 18 per unit volume , 77 , 250 Volumetric energy , 279

**Yield**, initial ,9 bar assemblage in bending , 116 bar in tension plus torsion , 311 beam , 149 ...

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