## 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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19b shows three isochronous stress - strain curves

times of 102 , 104 , and 100 s , respectively . To illustrate the use of these curves ,

we see that to limit the strain in a component to no more than 0 . 02 after 104 s ,

the ...

19b shows three isochronous stress - strain curves

**corresponding**to loadingtimes of 102 , 104 , and 100 s , respectively . To illustrate the use of these curves ,

we see that to limit the strain in a component to no more than 0 . 02 after 104 s ,

the ...

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81 Kicrwac ) " 2 ( 10 - 2 ) where Mn = mirror constant

hackle boundary Kıc = plane - strain fracture toughness rn = distance from crack

origin to mist - hackle boundary ac = critical flaw depth of semicircular surface ...

81 Kicrwac ) " 2 ( 10 - 2 ) where Mn = mirror constant

**corresponding**to the mist -hackle boundary Kıc = plane - strain fracture toughness rn = distance from crack

origin to mist - hackle boundary ac = critical flaw depth of semicircular surface ...

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42 Random load spectrum applied to a notched component . ( a ) Loadtime

sequence ; ( b ) notched component ; ( c ) strain - time sequence at notch root

and rainflow analysis procedure ; ( d ) hysteresis loops

analysis ...

42 Random load spectrum applied to a notched component . ( a ) Loadtime

sequence ; ( b ) notched component ; ( c ) strain - time sequence at notch root

and rainflow analysis procedure ; ( d ) hysteresis loops

**corresponding**to rainfallanalysis ...

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### Contents

CHAPTER 2 | 50 |

ELEMENTS OF DISLOCATION THEORY | 57 |

CHAPTER 13 | 62 |

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