## Introduction to Mechanics of Deformable Solids |

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This geometric calculation is valid , but the linear -

longer applicable once appreciable plastic deformation occurs . Answers to

problems in practice and in class , which presume

be ...

This geometric calculation is valid , but the linear -

**elastic**idealization is nolonger applicable once appreciable plastic deformation occurs . Answers to

problems in practice and in class , which presume

**elastic**behavior , must alwaysbe ...

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temperature . The answer can be obtained instead in a straightforward manner

from the start by solving the equations of equilibrium and compatibility , Pie + Pze

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**Elastic**- perfectly plastic tubes of Fig . 6 . 4 . Diagram drawn for zero change intemperature . The answer can be obtained instead in a straightforward manner

from the start by solving the equations of equilibrium and compatibility , Pie + Pze

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modulus E1 , and tube 2 is linear - viscoelastic of the Maxwell type , with modulus

E , and viscous coefficient C2 . Let R be applied abruptly . The viscous response

of ...

**Elastic**- tube - Maxwell - tube Suppose that tube 1 is linear -**elastic**, withmodulus E1 , and tube 2 is linear - viscoelastic of the Maxwell type , with modulus

E , and viscous coefficient C2 . Let R be applied abruptly . The viscous response

of ...

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