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Figure 2-10 Mohr's circle representation of a three-dimensional state of stress.

can be represented by three Mohr's circles. It can be ... Note that the application

of a

Figure 2-10 Mohr's circle representation of a three-dimensional state of stress.

can be represented by three Mohr's circles. It can be ... Note that the application

of a

**tensile stress**a2 at right angles to an existing**tensile stress**a, (Fig. 2-1 lc) ...Page 265

n decreases, and as the stress state changes from uniaxial tension to triaxial

tension. A somewhat different analysis1 of ... In order to maintain continuity a

x = 0) ...

n decreases, and as the stress state changes from uniaxial tension to triaxial

tension. A somewhat different analysis1 of ... In order to maintain continuity a

**tensile stress**ax must exist across each interface. At the free surface of the notch (x = 0) ...

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Thus, the addition of a compressive residual stress, which exists at a point on the

surface, to an externally applied

likelihood of fatigue failure at that point. Figure 12-21 illustrates this effect.

Thus, the addition of a compressive residual stress, which exists at a point on the

surface, to an externally applied

**tensile stress**on that surface decreases thelikelihood of fatigue failure at that point. Figure 12-21 illustrates this effect.

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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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