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It is often useful to express Eq. (4-11) in terms of shear-strain rate. where v, the

average dislocation

in many systems. From Eq. (4-12) we see that if we want to describe macroscopic

...

It is often useful to express Eq. (4-11) in terms of shear-strain rate. where v, the

average dislocation

**velocity**, is a quantity which can be measured experimentallyin many systems. From Eq. (4-12) we see that if we want to describe macroscopic

...

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The propagation of plastic stress waves has been studied by von Karman1 and

Wood.2 For the simplifying assumption that the stress-strain curve is independent

of strain rate, the

The propagation of plastic stress waves has been studied by von Karman1 and

Wood.2 For the simplifying assumption that the stress-strain curve is independent

of strain rate, the

**velocity**of plastic wave propagation is given by where ds/de is ...Page 683

The

of the chip relative to the work is the shear

= vctc, so r = - = - (21-4) tc v The three

The

**velocity**of the chip relative to the tool face is the chip**velocity**vc. The**velocity**of the chip relative to the work is the shear

**velocity**vs. From continuity of mass, vt= vctc, so r = - = - (21-4) tc v The three

**velocity**components give the kinematic ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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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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