## Introduction to Mechanics of Deformable Solids |

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are two independent

P8 , and P9 . Additional

additional information . For the parallel three - bar or three - wire system ( Fig . 6 .

are two independent

**equations of equilibrium**relating the three unknowns P7 ,P8 , and P9 . Additional

**equations of equilibrium**such as P : + P , = Fo provide noadditional information . For the parallel three - bar or three - wire system ( Fig . 6 .

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Two independent

the corresponding equations relating dv / dt and du / dt to the time rates of

elongation dd / dt ) , with 8 or dd / dt put in terms of P , give five equations in five ...

Two independent

**equations of equilibrium**plus the three equations above ( orthe corresponding equations relating dv / dt and du / dt to the time rates of

elongation dd / dt ) , with 8 or dd / dt put in terms of P , give five equations in five ...

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Recall that the full linearity ( on which superposition depends ) is based in part on

writing the

configuration , which logically is the undeformed configuration . The area A in on

= N ...

Recall that the full linearity ( on which superposition depends ) is based in part on

writing the

**equations of equilibrium**in each solution for the same geometricconfiguration , which logically is the undeformed configuration . The area A in on

= N ...

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