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Intermediate Mechanics of Deformable Solids
Fall, 2005 Midterm 1 Note: This is a closedbook and closednote examination. A formula sheet is provided. All
questions must be answered in the space provided under each problem (use the back of the sheet, if necessary). Pledge: l have neither given nor received any unauthorized assistance on this exam. Signature: (20) 1. Due to applied loads, the square plate shown assumes the conﬁguration denoted by
the dotted lines (not drawn to scale). (:1) Compute the strains 5,, 5),, 1/1}, in the deformed body, assuming inﬁnitesimal strain theory and a plane strain condition. (b) [)0 the strains in the body satisfy the small strain assumptions? Explain. a: ﬂu + QIX 4day + 62?)”,
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