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for small deformations the strain is proportional to the stress , so that the strain

components are linear functions of the stress components : ezz = 811X . + 812Y ...

**ELASTIC**COMPLIANCE AND STIFFNESS CONSTANTS Hooke ' s law states thatfor small deformations the strain is proportional to the stress , so that the strain

components are linear functions of the stress components : ezz = 811X . + 812Y ...

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of

crystal classes has been given by Hearmon . In Fig . 4 . 3 the experimental values

of the

of

**elastic**constant data and of relationships among various coefficients for thecrystal classes has been given by Hearmon . In Fig . 4 . 3 the experimental values

of the

**elastic**constants of sodium chloride are plotted over a wide temperature ...Page 102

Find expressions for Young ' s modulus and Poisson ' s ratio in terms of the

a shear wave moving along a ( 110 ) direction with particle motion along a [ 170 ]

...

Find expressions for Young ' s modulus and Poisson ' s ratio in terms of the

**elastic**compliances or stiffnesses . 4 . 5 . Show that the velocity of propagation ofa shear wave moving along a ( 110 ) direction with particle motion along a [ 170 ]

...

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DIFFRACTION OF XRAYS BY CRYSTALS | 44 |

CLASSIFICATION OF SOLIDS LATTICE ENERGY | 63 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 85 |

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