## Introduction to mechanics of deformable solids |

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... behavior in tension and compression 30 chapter 4 Simple shear 48 chapter 5

Other homogeneous states of stress 71 Preface vii 1.1 The General

Mechanics of Deformable Solids 1 1.2 Introduction to the Basic

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... behavior in tension and compression 30 chapter 4 Simple shear 48 chapter 5

Other homogeneous states of stress 71 Preface vii 1.1 The General

**Problem**ofMechanics of Deformable Solids 1 1.2 Introduction to the Basic

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The simplest class of these enormously complicated

equilibrium of a body which is in equilibrium with its environment and whose

stress-strain relation is independent of time and history. Then the applied forces

and ...

The simplest class of these enormously complicated

**problems**is that of staticequilibrium of a body which is in equilibrium with its environment and whose

stress-strain relation is independent of time and history. Then the applied forces

and ...

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The bar can be and will be treated as a simplified general

be sought to the stresses, strains, and displacements, or deflections, produced by

axial force, twisting moment, bending moment, and shearing force. Most often ...

The bar can be and will be treated as a simplified general

**problem**. Solutions willbe sought to the stresses, strains, and displacements, or deflections, produced by

axial force, twisting moment, bending moment, and shearing force. Most often ...

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