## Introduction to mechanics of deformable solids |

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Linear-yiscous and linear-tiacoelastic materials 197 Nonlinear materials 197 9.4

Problems 197 chapter 10 Combined loading, superposition J99 chapter 11

Principal stresses and principal strains.

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Linear-yiscous and linear-tiacoelastic materials 197 Nonlinear materials 197 9.4

Problems 197 chapter 10 Combined loading, superposition J99 chapter 11

Principal stresses and principal strains.

**Stress and strain**as tensors 218 chapter12 ...

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Daniel Charles Drucker. chapter 6 Assemblages of homogeneous states of

tension and compression 6.1 / RELATION TO THE GENERAL PROBLEM AND

INTRODUCTION TO GENERALIZED

under ...

Daniel Charles Drucker. chapter 6 Assemblages of homogeneous states of

tension and compression 6.1 / RELATION TO THE GENERAL PROBLEM AND

INTRODUCTION TO GENERALIZED

**STRESS AND STRAIN**The analysis of barsunder ...

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lSj There is no point in rewriting the remaining linear-viscous

relations. Just place a dot over the strain components, replace E by C, G by C„

and Poisson's ratio by £ or a smaller value if compressibility is to be taken into

account, ...

lSj There is no point in rewriting the remaining linear-viscous

**stress**-**strain**relations. Just place a dot over the strain components, replace E by C, G by C„

and Poisson's ratio by £ or a smaller value if compressibility is to be taken into

account, ...

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