## 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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(1-58) The

modulus of rupture." The reader should recognize that the

stresses (both tensile or compressive) given by Eq. 1-58 are experienced only at

the ...

(1-58) The

**maximum**stress at fracture is referred to as the bend strength or the "modulus of rupture." The reader should recognize that the

**maximum**flexuralstresses (both tensile or compressive) given by Eq. 1-58 are experienced only at

the ...

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The

describes failure as occurring when the

exceeds the uniaxial tensile or compressive strength, respectively, of the material

.

The

**maximum**normal stress theory is perhaps the simplest failure theory; itdescribes failure as occurring when the

**maximum**tensile or compressive stressexceeds the uniaxial tensile or compressive strength, respectively, of the material

.

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This may be rationalized in terms of failure occurring on those planes containing

the

construction will show that the planes of

...

This may be rationalized in terms of failure occurring on those planes containing

the

**maximum**resolved shear stress. (Since az = 0 in plane stress, a Mohr circleconstruction will show that the planes of

**maximum**shear will lie along ± 45° lines...

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