## Introduction to mechanics of deformable solids |

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2.7) tend to be excessively large. 16.5 / OTHER END CONDITIONS Li near -

elastic columns A fixed-ended column of length L\ is shown in Fig. 16.3c, a

propped

is drawn ...

2.7) tend to be excessively large. 16.5 / OTHER END CONDITIONS Li near -

elastic columns A fixed-ended column of length L\ is shown in Fig. 16.3c, a

propped

**cantilever**column (fixed at one end and hinged at the other) of length L2is drawn ...

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At / = At' , for example, vmU[ = voe* > 5CW 16.7 / PROBLEMS 16.1 A

homogeneous linear-elastic

perfectly straight initially. A compressive force P is applied at the free end, as in

Fig. 16.3a, except ...

At / = At' , for example, vmU[ = voe* > 5CW 16.7 / PROBLEMS 16.1 A

homogeneous linear-elastic

**cantilever**column of circular cross section isperfectly straight initially. A compressive force P is applied at the free end, as in

Fig. 16.3a, except ...

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Beam, as one-dimensional continuum, 331 overhanging, 334 at plastic limit load,

348-352 propped

332 statically determinate, 334, 338-341 statically indeterminate, 334, 341-345 ...

Beam, as one-dimensional continuum, 331 overhanging, 334 at plastic limit load,

348-352 propped

**cantilever**, 342 sandwich, 356 simply supported, 331 slope,332 statically determinate, 334, 338-341 statically indeterminate, 334, 341-345 ...

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