## Introduction to mechanics of deformable solids |

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A. N = 80,000 lb is applied first in an abrupt manner at time t = 0 and then

maintained

maintained

all are held ...

A. N = 80,000 lb is applied first in an abrupt manner at time t = 0 and then

maintained

**constant**. Ten hours later T = 14,000 ft-lb is applied abruptly andmaintained

**constant**along with N. At t = 25 hr, M = 190,000 in.-lb is applied, andall are held ...

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of any line segment joining two points on a curve or surface of

or inside the curve or surface. The outward-pointing normal to a curve or surface

of

of any line segment joining two points on a curve or surface of

**constant**/ lies onor inside the curve or surface. The outward-pointing normal to a curve or surface

of

**constant**/ at any point Xi is a vector N perpendicular to the tangent line or ...Page 284

Therefore, when strain is a homogeneous function of stress, a surface of

SI is also a surface of

simplification is a great help in solving problems and deriving general theorems,

...

Therefore, when strain is a homogeneous function of stress, a surface of

**constant**SI is also a surface of

**constant**W and of**constant**<riyefy. This very convenientsimplification is a great help in solving problems and deriving general theorems,

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