Correspondence on Principle of Virtual Work for a General Deformable Body - a Simple Proof by F.K.
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Correspondence on Principle of Virtual Work for a General Deformable Body - a Simple Proof by F.K.


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Correspondence on Principle of Virtual Work  for a General Deformable Body - a Simple Proof by F.K.
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Mr Graham Baker (Heriot-Watt University): The authors have presented a simple and readable physical proof of this fundamentally important principle and have drawn attention to particular areas of student misunderstanding.

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