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CREEP IN THE PRESENCE OF A CONCENTRATED FORCE AT A POINT,
POLYTECHNIC INST OF BROOKLYN N Y
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The initial investigation in the present paper concerns itself with the problem of creep in an infinitely large plate with a concentrated force taken as a line load along the thickness of the straight boundary. Closed form solutions for stresses and deflections are obtained for for this problem on the basis of a nonlinear creep law. These results are then used to obtain solutions to the problems of a wedge with a concentrated forces at its apex and a V-notch with a concentrated force at its base. Author
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