## Introduction to Mechanics of Deformable Solids |

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3 Suppose that the arrangement

side . A . Where would you expect the weak point of the frame to be ? Why ? B .

Would it help to move the point of attachment of the string to the frame ? C . If so ...

3 Suppose that the arrangement

**shown**for Prob . 1 . 1 is just a little on the weakside . A . Where would you expect the weak point of the frame to be ? Why ? B .

Would it help to move the point of attachment of the string to the frame ? C . If so ...

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... of arbitrary size and position , with its axis parallel to the axis of the bar , is

sketched inside the bar . There are zero force per unit area or stress on its lateral

surface and oc on its cross - sectional planes of area A , which are

.

... of arbitrary size and position , with its axis parallel to the axis of the bar , is

sketched inside the bar . There are zero force per unit area or stress on its lateral

surface and oc on its cross - sectional planes of area A , which are

**shown**shaded.

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Therefore this combination of ot , Oy , and 7 will give a ou direction ( a ) between

the two extremes of direction as

principal plane between the two extreme plane positions . The idea and the ...

Therefore this combination of ot , Oy , and 7 will give a ou direction ( a ) between

the two extremes of direction as

**shown**, and a corresponding orientation ofprincipal plane between the two extreme plane positions . The idea and the ...

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