## Introduction to mechanics of deformable solids |

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... Introduction to Generalized Stress and Strain 89 6.2

Assemblages 90 6.3

Indeterminate Assemblages 96 6.5 Illustrative Example of a

Indeterminate System 99 ...

... Introduction to Generalized Stress and Strain 89 6.2

**Statically**DeterminateAssemblages 90 6.3

**Statically**Determinate Problems 94 6.4**Statically**Indeterminate Assemblages 96 6.5 Illustrative Example of a

**Statically**Indeterminate System 99 ...

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the class of problems of assemblages of homogeneous states for which the

equations of equilibrium or of motion are insufficient to determine the forces in

each of ...

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**STATICALLY**INDETERMINATE ASSEMBLAGES Problem 6.7 introducesthe class of problems of assemblages of homogeneous states for which the

equations of equilibrium or of motion are insufficient to determine the forces in

each of ...

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14.3 to 14.8 are

moments are determined by considerations of equilibrium alone in a problem of

statics. As shown by free-body sketches and moment diagrams of M versus x, the

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14.3 to 14.8 are

**statically**determinate. Reactions, shear forces, and bendingmoments are determined by considerations of equilibrium alone in a problem of

statics. As shown by free-body sketches and moment diagrams of M versus x, the

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