## Introduction to mechanics of deformable solids |

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Pa = P = Pb = 0 298 Thick-walled nonlinear-

4 Flastiq-Perfgctly Plastic (Homogeneous) Material, R plus T 301 Assemblage of

two tubes (Fig. 13.1), t, = 2tt, b = 2a 302 Thick-walled or solid (a = 0) cylinder (Fig

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Pa = P = Pb = 0 298 Thick-walled nonlinear-

**viscous**cylinder, pa = ph — 0 300 lj.4 Flastiq-Perfgctly Plastic (Homogeneous) Material, R plus T 301 Assemblage of

two tubes (Fig. 13.1), t, = 2tt, b = 2a 302 Thick-walled or solid (a = 0) cylinder (Fig

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occurs during abrupt changes in load. As employed in this text, "abrupt" will mean

fast enough to produce no significant

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**Viscous**elongation or strain takes time to develop; essentially no deformationoccurs during abrupt changes in load. As employed in this text, "abrupt" will mean

fast enough to produce no significant

**viscous**deformation and yet slow enoughto ...

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4.4, the

ddj _ da, _ sn _ Zsn .... Cii = It ~ Tt ~ 2C. - 2C U^.lSj There is no point in rewriting

the remaining linear-

4.4, the

**viscous**coefficient in simple shear C„ which replaces G, then is C/3, and .ddj _ da, _ sn _ Zsn .... Cii = It ~ Tt ~ 2C. - 2C U^.lSj There is no point in rewriting

the remaining linear-

**viscous**stress-strain relations. Just place a dot over the ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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