## Introduction to Mechanics of Deformable Solids |

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3 Pure Bending of Any Doubly Symmetric Arrangement of Bars 124 Linear -

elastic

3 Pure Bending of Any Doubly Symmetric Arrangement of Bars 124 Linear -

elastic

**response**127 Linear - viscous**response**129 Linear - viscoelastic**response**149 Elastic - perfectly plastic**response**130 Nonlinear - viscous**response**131 7 .Page 129

7 , any changes in moment which constitute unloading or which involve no plastic

action would produce the same

variation must be considered and ( 7 . 3 : 18 ) takes over as the appropriate form ,

with ...

7 , any changes in moment which constitute unloading or which involve no plastic

action would produce the same

**response**. If E varies from bar to bar , thevariation must be considered and ( 7 . 3 : 18 ) takes over as the appropriate form ,

with ...

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Suppose that the

the two loadings are applied simultaneously or with any time lag between them ,

the

Suppose that the

**response**to this loading has been calculated or observed . ... Ifthe two loadings are applied simultaneously or with any time lag between them ,

the

**response**of the system is simply the sum of the two**responses**calculated or ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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