## Introduction to Mechanics of Deformable Solids |

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contents Preface vii chapter 1 Introduction 1 . 1 The General Problem of

Mechanics of Deformable Solids 1 1 . 2 Introduction to the Basic Problem of the

Bar 4 1 . 3 Problems 6 chapter 2 Time - independent behavior in

compression ...

contents Preface vii chapter 1 Introduction 1 . 1 The General Problem of

Mechanics of Deformable Solids 1 1 . 2 Introduction to the Basic Problem of the

Bar 4 1 . 3 Problems 6 chapter 2 Time - independent behavior in

**tension**andcompression ...

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12 Brittle behavior in

and G . Lianis , On the Exhaustion of Ductility of E - Steel in

Compressive Pre - strain , Welding J . , vol . 39 , p . 118 - 8 , 0 . 02 curves and the

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12 Brittle behavior in

**tension**. Data on E steel from D . C . Drucker , C . Mylonas ,and G . Lianis , On the Exhaustion of Ductility of E - Steel in

**Tension**FollowingCompressive Pre - strain , Welding J . , vol . 39 , p . 118 - 8 , 0 . 02 curves and the

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... 144 in bending , 111 - 143 in

walled spheres , 186 with fixed spacing , 187 with fluid spacing , 188 of thin -

walled tubes , 291 under interior pressure , 192 under pressure plus

312 , 315 ...

... 144 in bending , 111 - 143 in

**tension**, 100 plus torsion , 298 , 302 of thin -walled spheres , 186 with fixed spacing , 187 with fluid spacing , 188 of thin -

walled tubes , 291 under interior pressure , 192 under pressure plus

**tension**,312 , 315 ...

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