## Introduction to mechanics of deformable solids |

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chapter 15 Virtual-work equation and technique 15.1 / CONCEPT AND

STATEMENT Equilibrium and compatibility (geometry) are brought together, side

by side but independently, in the

implicitly ...

chapter 15 Virtual-work equation and technique 15.1 / CONCEPT AND

STATEMENT Equilibrium and compatibility (geometry) are brought together, side

by side but independently, in the

**equation of virtual**work. Dynamics is includedimplicitly ...

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If the actual system is selected as the compatible set, the

(15.3:11) may be written as I F>> = A N' JE + A ^ Ww dx + h M. W. * + I r §3 dx (

15.3:12) for linear-elastic bars if y and z are principal axes of the cross section,

e.g. ...

If the actual system is selected as the compatible set, the

**equation of virtual**work(15.3:11) may be written as I F>> = A N' JE + A ^ Ww dx + h M. W. * + I r §3 dx (

15.3:12) for linear-elastic bars if y and z are principal axes of the cross section,

e.g. ...

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Aware of the

moment theorems. Let us go through the process. Actual slopes and deflections

are to be studied so that (15.3:7) is the appropriate form of the

Aware of the

**virtual**-work technique, you would be led inexorably to the area-moment theorems. Let us go through the process. Actual slopes and deflections

are to be studied so that (15.3:7) is the appropriate form of the

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