## Introduction to mechanics of deformable solids |

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This statement obviously is true for the

element material, because the

for the

...

This statement obviously is true for the

**initial**response of a Maxwell or four-element material, because the

**initial**response is linear- elastic. It is obvious alsofor the

**initial**(linear-viscous) response of a Kelvin material. Strong evidence of its...

Page 211

The curve which joins the

states of stress <ra, oc on the inside, for which the response of the original

material is purely elastic or almost so, from the states of stress on the outside,

which ...

The curve which joins the

**initial**yield points (the**initial**yield curve) separates thestates of stress <ra, oc on the inside, for which the response of the original

material is purely elastic or almost so, from the states of stress on the outside,

which ...

Page 438

... 128,371-373 equivalent, 128 Mohr's circle for, 373 polar, 160 product of, 371-

373 Inertia tensor, 372, 373

deflection or imperfection, 410

Instability ...

... 128,371-373 equivalent, 128 Mohr's circle for, 373 polar, 160 product of, 371-

373 Inertia tensor, 372, 373

**Initial**creep, 30 (See also under Creep)**Initial**deflection or imperfection, 410

**Initial**stress, 96**Initial**yield (see Yield,**initial**)Instability ...

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