## Introduction to mechanics of deformable solids |

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At constant stress a = a\ a — o\ = EKe + Ck -|j has a simple

particular

the differential equation in standard form, de . Ek _ <r\ dt + CK ' ~ Ck the

to ...

At constant stress a = a\ a — o\ = EKe + Ck -|j has a simple

**solution**. An obviousparticular

**solution**is e = a\/Ek, which is the asymptotic value of e. Upon puttingthe differential equation in standard form, de . Ek _ <r\ dt + CK ' ~ Ck the

**solution**to ...

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A

conditions. Note the importance of history of loading in many of our problems. For

example, the current value of T does not determine the stress distribution

uniquely when ...

A

**solution**for given proper boundary conditions is the**solution**for thoseconditions. Note the importance of history of loading in many of our problems. For

example, the current value of T does not determine the stress distribution

uniquely when ...

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Analytic

the moment-curvature or torque-twist curve by linear-elastic response clear up to

a plastic-limit moment M0 or Ta, at which point the deformation is unlimited (Fig.

Analytic

**solution**is possible when the further approximation is made of replacingthe moment-curvature or torque-twist curve by linear-elastic response clear up to

a plastic-limit moment M0 or Ta, at which point the deformation is unlimited (Fig.

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