## 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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The Petch - Hall

microstructural parameters such as the pearlite lamellae spacing and martensite

packet size ( see Section 4 . 6 ) . It is readily seen that grain refinement ...

The Petch - Hall

**relation**also characterizes alloy yield strength in terms of othermicrostructural parameters such as the pearlite lamellae spacing and martensite

packet size ( see Section 4 . 6 ) . It is readily seen that grain refinement ...

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... V 10 Ys / The applicability of Eqs . 8 - 6 or 8 - 8 in describing the fracture of real

materials will depend on the sharpness of the crack and the relative amount of

plastic deformation . The following

...

... V 10 Ys / The applicability of Eqs . 8 - 6 or 8 - 8 in describing the fracture of real

materials will depend on the sharpness of the crack and the relative amount of

plastic deformation . The following

**relation**reveals these two factors to be related...

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One

Kmean was proposed by Forman et al . " 2 in the form CAK ( 1 – R ) K , – AK ( 13 -

10 ) dN where C , n = material constants Kc = fracture toughness Kmin R = load ...

One

**relation**expressing crack growth rates in terms of AK , K , and a measure ofKmean was proposed by Forman et al . " 2 in the form CAK ( 1 – R ) K , – AK ( 13 -

10 ) dN where C , n = material constants Kc = fracture toughness Kmin R = load ...

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