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Cn — ^ Lame's constant Cu = 2G + \ (2-99) Cm = i(Qi Q2) The technical elastic

moduli E, v, and G are usually

tension or torsion tests. However, where more precise

required or ...

Cn — ^ Lame's constant Cu = 2G + \ (2-99) Cm = i(Qi Q2) The technical elastic

moduli E, v, and G are usually

**measured**by direct static**measurements**in thetension or torsion tests. However, where more precise

**measurements**arerequired or ...

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The COD, denoted by A, is

provides an indirect way to

center of a crack of length 2a, then COD = A = y[(a + r/,)2-x2]1/2 (11-34) where x

is the ...

The COD, denoted by A, is

**measured**with a clip gage.**Measurement**of Aprovides an indirect way to

**measure**6. If the origin of**measurement**is at thecenter of a crack of length 2a, then COD = A = y[(a + r/,)2-x2]1/2 (11-34) where x

is the ...

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Residual stresses are difficult to calculate with precision by analytical methods,1

and therefore, they are usually determined by a variety of experimental

techniques.2 Most methods of

because they ...

Residual stresses are difficult to calculate with precision by analytical methods,1

and therefore, they are usually determined by a variety of experimental

techniques.2 Most methods of

**measuring**residual stresses are destructivebecause they ...

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### Contents

Stress and Strain Relationships for Elastic Behavior | 18 |

from Elastic Strains 213 Strain Energy 214 Anisotropy | 46 |

Metallurgical Fundamentals | 101 |

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