## Introduction to Mechanics of Deformable Solids |

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1 Pure Bending of Plane Assemblages of Bars in Tension and Compression 111

work - hardening idealization 117

1 Pure Bending of Plane Assemblages of Bars in Tension and Compression 111

**Linear**- elastic behavior 114 Elastic - perfectly plastic idealization 115**Linear**-work - hardening idealization 117

**Linear**Maxwell idealization 118 Nonlinear ...Page 197

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homogeneous isotropic

to our homogeneous isotropic

no ...

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**Linear**- viscous and**linear**- viscoelastic materials The solution for thehomogeneous isotropic

**linear**- elastic thick - walled cylinder carries over directlyto our homogeneous isotropic

**linear**- viscous idealization of material . There isno ...

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superposition , just as for

be taken of time . Separate solutions for N , T , and M add directly . The forms for

stress ...

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**Linear**- viscoelastic For any viscoelastic material , linearity permitssuperposition , just as for

**linear**- elastic materials except that due account mustbe taken of time . Separate solutions for N , T , and M add directly . The forms for

stress ...

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