## Introduction to Mechanics of Deformable Solids |

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Often problems can be

appropriate value inserted after the solution is obtained . Of course , this kind of

consideration does not really arise in the problem of the bar in simple tension but

will come ...

Often problems can be

**solved**with an unspecified value of oo and theappropriate value inserted after the solution is obtained . Of course , this kind of

consideration does not really arise in the problem of the bar in simple tension but

will come ...

Page 194

If the constraint w = 0 is dropped and an additional external axial force R is

applied to the assemblage , the problem can be

response either by adding the known effect of the axial force alone ( R / A or as in

Sec . 6 .

If the constraint w = 0 is dropped and an additional external axial force R is

applied to the assemblage , the problem can be

**solved**for linear - elasticresponse either by adding the known effect of the axial force alone ( R / A or as in

Sec . 6 .

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All these aspects of virtual work permit complicated problems to be

conveniently and general theorems of mechanics of solids to be formulated and

proved . Our purpose in this section , however , is to clarify meaning rather than to

...

All these aspects of virtual work permit complicated problems to be

**solved**conveniently and general theorems of mechanics of solids to be formulated and

proved . Our purpose in this section , however , is to clarify meaning rather than to

...

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