## Introduction to mechanics of deformable solids |

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Structural steel calculations, however, are based in principle on imperfect

). The added strength available in the work-hardening range of hot-rolled

structural ...

Structural steel calculations, however, are based in principle on imperfect

**columns**reaching the yield stress <j0 at some point in the cross section (Fig. 16.5). The added strength available in the work-hardening range of hot-rolled

structural ...

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In fact the correct answer is tan 0 = 0 = ir/0.70, or which is only half as large as for

a

elastic

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In fact the correct answer is tan 0 = 0 = ir/0.70, or which is only half as large as for

a

**column**of the same length fixed at both ends (16.5:2). The continuous linear-elastic

**column**of Fig. 16.7c leads to a yet more complicated eigenvalue problem...

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... 331 slope, 332 statically determinate, 334, 338-341 statically indeterminate,

334, 341-345 strength of materials assumption, 325 virtual work equation, 376,

386 Beam

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... 331 slope, 332 statically determinate, 334, 338-341 statically indeterminate,

334, 341-345 strength of materials assumption, 325 virtual work equation, 376,

386 Beam

**column**, 6, 403 deflection amplification, 407, 411 differential equation,...

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