## Introduction to Mechanics of Deformable Solids |

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Then the applied forces and specified

stress , strain , and

solution of a problem at each instant of time must satisfy : 1 . Equations of

equilibrium or of ...

Then the applied forces and specified

**displacements**determine the state ofstress , strain , and

**displacement**throughout the body . In outline form , thesolution of a problem at each instant of time must satisfy : 1 . Equations of

equilibrium or of ...

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ada a + b downward and with somewhat more effort for C ( Fig . 6 . 1c ) . Before

proceeding with the calculation for C , note that , if the time rate of change of ...

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**Displacement**of point C ( Fig . 6 . 1 ) . in a simple way for B ( Fig . 6 . 16 ) , bd3 +ada a + b downward and with somewhat more effort for C ( Fig . 6 . 1c ) . Before

proceeding with the calculation for C , note that , if the time rate of change of ...

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This trivial illustration does bring out three important features . The first is that the

type and magnitude of the

virtual work need bear no relation to the character of the actual

...

This trivial illustration does bring out three important features . The first is that the

type and magnitude of the

**displacements**u * chosen for the computation of thevirtual work need bear no relation to the character of the actual

**displacement**u of...

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