## Introduction to Mechanics of Deformable Solids |

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contents Preface vii chapter 1 Introduction 1 . 1 The General Problem of

Mechanics of Deformable Solids 1 1 . 2 Introduction to the Basic Problem of the

Bar 4 1 . 3 Problems 6 chapter 2 Time - independent behavior in tension and

contents Preface vii chapter 1 Introduction 1 . 1 The General Problem of

Mechanics of Deformable Solids 1 1 . 2 Introduction to the Basic Problem of the

Bar 4 1 . 3 Problems 6 chapter 2 Time - independent behavior in tension and

**compression**...Page 22

Modulus of elasticity and Poisson ' s ratio have the same value for tension and

idealizations of material behavior in

Modulus of elasticity and Poisson ' s ratio have the same value for tension and

**compression**. Quite independently of this point , Figs . 2 . 8 and 2 . 10 representidealizations of material behavior in

**compression**if o and e are interpreted as ...Page 77

4 Hydrostatic pressure can change equal biaxial tension to uniaxial

on the perpendicular plane . alone has a creep rate de dt , it will have the same

creep rate with the addition of po = 0 . Addition of this hydrostatic pressure ...

4 Hydrostatic pressure can change equal biaxial tension to uniaxial

**compression**on the perpendicular plane . alone has a creep rate de dt , it will have the same

creep rate with the addition of po = 0 . Addition of this hydrostatic pressure ...

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