Stress,Strain and Elasticity

  • P. R. Lancaster
  • D. Mitchell
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Part of the Macmillan Technician Series book series (TCC)

Abstract

An example of the class of problems called ‘statically indeterminate’ is that of compound bars subjected to axial forces, that is, bars made of two or more different materials with forces applied along the lengths of the bars. In this context, ‘statically indeterminate’ simply means that the equations of static equilibrium are not sufficient to find the separate forces in each component of the compound bar.

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© P. R. Lancaster and D. Mitchell 1977

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  • D. Mitchell

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