## Mechanics of Materials |

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Measurements of the deformation must therefore account for both the changes

made in the length of line

in the angle between them. In the general sense, the deformation of a body will ...

Measurements of the deformation must therefore account for both the changes

made in the length of line

**segments**inscribed in the body and the changes madein the angle between them. In the general sense, the deformation of a body will ...

Page 168

4-33c. By inspection, the rod is statically indeterminate. Application of the load P

will cause one of three possibilities, namely, both

elastic, AC is plastic while CB is elastic, or both AC and CB are plastic* An elastic

...

4-33c. By inspection, the rod is statically indeterminate. Application of the load P

will cause one of three possibilities, namely, both

**segments**AC and CB remainelastic, AC is plastic while CB is elastic, or both AC and CB are plastic* An elastic

...

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A free- body diagram for a small

shown in Fig. 6-\\0b. Since this

the beam where there is no concentrated force or couple moment, the results to

be ...

A free- body diagram for a small

**segment**of the beam, having a length Ax, isshown in Fig. 6-\\0b. Since this

**segment**has been chosen at a position x alongthe beam where there is no concentrated force or couple moment, the results to

be ...

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Contents | 1 |

Strain | 67 |

Mechanical Properties of Materials | 83 |

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