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The Elements of the Theory of Strain Energy

THE following article is intended to act as a summary of the main principles on which strain energy theorems are based. It is of an elementary nature, but may serve as an introduction to more advanced considerations. R.J. Cornish

Author(s): Cornish, R J

Keywords: introductions;strain energy;elasticity