## Introduction to Mechanics of Deformable Solids |

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The history of the

idealization in practice and in theoretical development is to assume linear -

elastic behavior up to

and ...

The history of the

**stress**is important , as well as its final value . A very usefulidealization in practice and in theoretical development is to assume linear -

elastic behavior up to

**yield**, followed by unlimited plastic strain at constant**stress**and ...

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The material of the beam is elastic - perfectly plastic , with

When the extreme fiber stress ( the maximum stress ) just reaches oo , find the

moments 1 . MY 2 . M , Y about the coordinate axes . B . When the beam is

essentially ...

The material of the beam is elastic - perfectly plastic , with

**yield stress**00 . A .When the extreme fiber stress ( the maximum stress ) just reaches oo , find the

moments 1 . MY 2 . M , Y about the coordinate axes . B . When the beam is

essentially ...

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4 / YIELD CURVES AND SURFACES ( IN STRESS SPACE ) Suppose now that a

number of closed - end thin - walled ... then is appropriate , with separation of

elastic and plastic strains and a definition of yield point or

4 / YIELD CURVES AND SURFACES ( IN STRESS SPACE ) Suppose now that a

number of closed - end thin - walled ... then is appropriate , with separation of

elastic and plastic strains and a definition of yield point or

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