## Introduction to Mechanics of Deformable Solids |

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Smooth specimens under fully reversed loading unless indicated otherwise .

equipment and tools . Also , many steels at moderate temperatures behave in a

brittle manner in tension following a very large precompression . Figure 2 .

Smooth specimens under fully reversed loading unless indicated otherwise .

**tion**equipment and tools . Also , many steels at moderate temperatures behave in a

brittle manner in tension following a very large precompression . Figure 2 .

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They serve primarily to obtain a physical feeling for stress - strain relations and

the overall response of a solid to imposed loads and deformations . This func .

They serve primarily to obtain a physical feeling for stress - strain relations and

the overall response of a solid to imposed loads and deformations . This func .

**tion**is taken care of by the models for tension . Spring elements and dashpot or ...Page 260

established by deriving the transformation equations of the same form as Ond =

Ojlinlja ( Eq . ( 11 . 4 : 12 ) ] . Remember the summation convention . Repetition of

a ...

**tion**will do , or the tensorial character of strain in three dimensions can beestablished by deriving the transformation equations of the same form as Ond =

Ojlinlja ( Eq . ( 11 . 4 : 12 ) ] . Remember the summation convention . Repetition of

a ...

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