## Introduction to mechanics of deformable solids |

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Unloading follows a quite different path (an elastic path) from loading so that

stress no longer determines strain uniquely. The history of the ... When the

idealization is applied to a

structural ...

Unloading follows a quite different path (an elastic path) from loading so that

stress no longer determines strain uniquely. The history of the ... When the

idealization is applied to a

**stress**-**strain curve**of the type shown in Fig. 2.8 for astructural ...

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When the state of stress is at D or D' and the stress is increased by da, both

elastic strains de' and plastic strains dep occur, . da , , da , da de\it - —pde' — i de

" The composite tangent modulus Ettn, or slope of the

related to ...

When the state of stress is at D or D' and the stress is increased by da, both

elastic strains de' and plastic strains dep occur, . da , , da , da de\it - —pde' — i de

" The composite tangent modulus Ettn, or slope of the

**stress**-**strain curve**, isrelated to ...

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B. Choose one of the true

close fit with explicit values of E, b, n. C. If the form for unloading is do/de = E,

what is the limit of elastic behavior on first loading? D. If n is very large, what is

the ...

B. Choose one of the true

**stress**-**strain curves**drawn in the text, and obtain aclose fit with explicit values of E, b, n. C. If the form for unloading is do/de = E,

what is the limit of elastic behavior on first loading? D. If n is very large, what is

the ...

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