## Introduction to mechanics of deformable solids |

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2 is not unreasonable for quasi-static loading. The corresponding factor of safety

against brittle fracture might well exceed 5, while ensuring against excessive ...

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**ratio**of failure, or plastic collapse load, to working load in the neighborhood of2 is not unreasonable for quasi-static loading. The corresponding factor of safety

against brittle fracture might well exceed 5, while ensuring against excessive ...

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Once the stress

13.3:2, 3) give the stresses themselves. This straightforward procedure works

because of a fundamental and very helpful attribute of power-term stress-strain ...

Once the stress

**ratios**n/r2 and aai/aai are found, the equations of equilibrium (13.3:2, 3) give the stresses themselves. This straightforward procedure works

because of a fundamental and very helpful attribute of power-term stress-strain ...

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We left unanswered the more difficult question of what happens on the way to the

limit state when <p and S are increased in constant

at <p = 5 = 0. In the linear-elastic range (below initial yield) r. = E(S/L) rac = 2(1 ...

We left unanswered the more difficult question of what happens on the way to the

limit state when <p and S are increased in constant

**ratio**from a stress- free stateat <p = 5 = 0. In the linear-elastic range (below initial yield) r. = E(S/L) rac = 2(1 ...

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