## Introduction to Mechanics of Deformable Solids |

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Of the three components of force and the three components of

normal force acting alone has been examined carefully for all cross sections of

bar . Twisting

studied ...

Of the three components of force and the three components of

**moment**, only thenormal force acting alone has been examined carefully for all cross sections of

bar . Twisting

**moment**alone on a thin - walled circular tube also has beenstudied ...

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Further increase in load cannot increase the end

hinge develops at each end . Additional load is carried as though the beam were

simply supported at the ends . The

Further increase in load cannot increase the end

**moments**above Mo . A plastichinge develops at each end . Additional load is carried as though the beam were

simply supported at the ends . The

**moment**at the center is only M . / 2 when the ...Page 393

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technique for solving problems , consider the area -

linearelastic beams ( Fig . 15 . 7 ) . I . The change in slope dv / dx ( or rotation 8 )

between ...

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**moment**theorems As an example of an interesting and frequently usedtechnique for solving problems , consider the area -

**moment**theorems forlinearelastic beams ( Fig . 15 . 7 ) . I . The change in slope dv / dx ( or rotation 8 )

between ...

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