## Introduction to Mechanics of Deformable Solids |

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What is the

limit load ? B . Now replace bar 2 with a linear - viscous bar , and suppose that Fc

is increased abruptly from zero to 20 , 000 lb and then held constant . 1 .

What is the

**effect**of temperature change and support movement on the plastic -limit load ? B . Now replace bar 2 with a linear - viscous bar , and suppose that Fc

is increased abruptly from zero to 20 , 000 lb and then held constant . 1 .

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As the same material at different temperatures has quite different properties , the

net

same temperature . If the beam is inhomogeneous , but of uniform cross section ...

As the same material at different temperatures has quite different properties , the

net

**effect**is equivalent to the combination of quite dissimilar materials at thesame temperature . If the beam is inhomogeneous , but of uniform cross section ...

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1 / THE

exceptions , we have neglected the influence of geometry change in our

considerations of equilibrium . The equations of equilibrium have been satisfied

in the ...

1 / THE

**EFFECT**OF GEOMETRY CHANGE ON EQUILIBRIUM With fewexceptions , we have neglected the influence of geometry change in our

considerations of equilibrium . The equations of equilibrium have been satisfied

in the ...

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