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In general, problems with limiting gage can be expected when the

thickness is below ^ to ^5 of the roll diameter. The roll gap must be perfectly

parallel, otherwise one edge of the

than the other, ...

In general, problems with limiting gage can be expected when the

**sheet**thickness is below ^ to ^5 of the roll diameter. The roll gap must be perfectly

parallel, otherwise one edge of the

**sheet**will be decreased more in thicknessthan the other, ...

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3-7 we saw that the resistance to through thickness thinning was measured by R,

the plastic strain ratio2 of width to thickness in a

anisotropy. A large value of R denotes high resistance to thinning in the thickness

...

3-7 we saw that the resistance to through thickness thinning was measured by R,

the plastic strain ratio2 of width to thickness in a

**sheet**. R measures the normalanisotropy. A large value of R denotes high resistance to thinning in the thickness

...

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Figure 20-18 Comparison of the load paths on the yield locus for isotropic ( R = 1

) and crystallo- graphically strengthened (R > 1)

loading vector OA. The stress state in the flange is compression in the hoop

direction ...

Figure 20-18 Comparison of the load paths on the yield locus for isotropic ( R = 1

) and crystallo- graphically strengthened (R > 1)

**sheet**. it corresponds to theloading vector OA. The stress state in the flange is compression in the hoop

direction ...

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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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