## Introduction to mechanics of deformable solids |

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Page 83

Therefore, to moderate strains, the plots are the same as r

for the twisted tube. Doubling of the stress scale gives the equivalence of ac

the ...

Therefore, to moderate strains, the plots are the same as r

**versus**\yp or \(dY/dt)for the twisted tube. Doubling of the stress scale gives the equivalence of ac

**versus**ecp and 2t**versus**\y". This "exact" result is related to but is not the same asthe ...

Page 108

Draw careful sketches, labeling all slopes and critical values, for the force in each

bar

displacement of its point of application B. Bar 1 Bar 2 Bar 3 E, psi Yield stress a0,

psi ...

Draw careful sketches, labeling all slopes and critical values, for the force in each

bar

**versus**Fb- Also draw a careful sketch for Fb**versus**the downwarddisplacement of its point of application B. Bar 1 Bar 2 Bar 3 E, psi Yield stress a0,

psi ...

Page 122

Plot M, M i, and M2

explicitly. 2. Plot Pi and P2

unloading. R. For the loading and unloading of an elastic-linear work-hardening

...

Plot M, M i, and M2

**versus**6 as in Fig. 7.5, and find MY, M0, M r, M2r, 6Y, 60, Or'explicitly. 2. Plot Pi and P2

**versus**M for the complete cycle of loading andunloading. R. For the loading and unloading of an elastic-linear work-hardening

...

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