## Deformation and Fracture Mechanics of Engineering MaterialsUpdated to reflect recent developments in our understanding of deformation and fracture processes in structural materials. This completely revised reference includes new sections on isostress analysis, modulus of rupture, creep fracture micromechanicsms, and many more. |

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magnitude of the direction cosines , with values for the principal crystallographic

directions in the cubic lattice being given in Table 1 . 2 . For example , the

modulus in ...

**Note**that the elastic modulus for a given cubic material depends only on themagnitude of the direction cosines , with values for the principal crystallographic

directions in the cubic lattice being given in Table 1 . 2 . For example , the

modulus in ...

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negative . Therefore , the corresponding portion of the force curve in this same

region must also be negative . From the above discussion it is clear that the shear

stress ...

**Note**that in the region between Q and R , the slope of the energy curve isnegative . Therefore , the corresponding portion of the force curve in this same

region must also be negative . From the above discussion it is clear that the shear

stress ...

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FRACTURE - MODE TRANSITION : PLANE STRESS VERSUS PLANE STRAIN

As discussed in Section 8 . 5 , the plastic - zone size depends on the state of ...

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**Note**that 2 r , is used in Eq . 8 - 40 for comparison with the Dugdale zone . ) 8 . 6FRACTURE - MODE TRANSITION : PLANE STRESS VERSUS PLANE STRAIN

As discussed in Section 8 . 5 , the plastic - zone size depends on the state of ...

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### Contents

CHAPTER 2 | 50 |

ELEMENTS OF DISLOCATION THEORY | 57 |

CHAPTER 13 | 62 |

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