## Introduction to mechanics of deformable solids |

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A bar which elongates or shortens too much under

clearances are lost or other critical dimensions are not kept certainly has failed. It

may not matter whether the excessive deformation is plastic or is elastic and so

fully ...

A bar which elongates or shortens too much under

**load**so that neededclearances are lost or other critical dimensions are not kept certainly has failed. It

may not matter whether the excessive deformation is plastic or is elastic and so

fully ...

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If the working

designed crane at the time it is constructed will be able to carry 20 tons without

appreciable plastic deformation. Most structural design involves far greater

uncertainty ...

If the working

**load**is chosen as 10 tons, it is quite likely that a conservativelydesigned crane at the time it is constructed will be able to carry 20 tons without

appreciable plastic deformation. Most structural design involves far greater

uncertainty ...

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Many design specifications limit the working

for first yield, RY, say RY R»< — Continuation of the

continued stretching of the tubes. The idealized tube which is yielding is doing ...

Many design specifications limit the working

**load**Ry, to some fraction of the**load**for first yield, RY, say RY R»< — Continuation of the

**loading**beyond RY causescontinued stretching of the tubes. The idealized tube which is yielding is doing ...

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