## Introduction to Mechanics of Deformable Solids |

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chapter 15

STATEMENT Equilibrium and compatibility ( geometry ) are brought together ,

side by side but independently , in the equation of

included ...

chapter 15

**Virtual**- work equation and technique 15 . 1 / CONCEPT ANDSTATEMENT Equilibrium and compatibility ( geometry ) are brought together ,

side by side but independently , in the equation of

**virtual**work . Dynamics isincluded ...

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Assume the beam to be composed of linear - viscoelastic material of the Maxwell

type ; ė = / Em to / CM . A . Use the method of

the free end L immediately upon abrupt application of the loads . B . What is the ...

Assume the beam to be composed of linear - viscoelastic material of the Maxwell

type ; ė = / Em to / CM . A . Use the method of

**virtual**work to find the deflection ofthe free end L immediately upon abrupt application of the loads . B . What is the ...

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The first is that the direct application of

problems is fully as convenient a technique as the area - moment approach . The

second is that the proof of the two theorems in a direct manner is just as simple

as by ...

The first is that the direct application of

**virtual**work to solve particular beamproblems is fully as convenient a technique as the area - moment approach . The

second is that the proof of the two theorems in a direct manner is just as simple

as by ...

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