Force on rigid body - non rigid body, Mechanical Engineering

Force on Rigid body - Non Rigid body:

As Rigid body cannot change its shape on application of any force,

It will begin moving in the direction of applied force without any kind of deformation.

(ii) Non-Rigid body changes its shape on application of any force, "It will begin moving in the direction of applied force with the deformation."

 

 

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