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Not only will the elastic deformation of a body result in a change in length of a
linear element in the body, but it may also result in a change in the initial angle
between any two lines. The angular change in a right angle is known as shear
strain.
Not only will the elastic deformation of a body result in a change in length of a
linear element in the body, but it may also result in a change in the initial angle
between any two lines. The angular change in a right angle is known as shear
strain.
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rv , / between the grains is indicated by the angle 9. In Fig. 636 the two crystals
have been joined to form a bicrystal containing a lowangle boundary. Along the
boundary the atoms adjust their position by localized deformation to produce a ...
rv , / between the grains is indicated by the angle 9. In Fig. 636 the two crystals
have been joined to form a bicrystal containing a lowangle boundary. Along the
boundary the atoms adjust their position by localized deformation to produce a ...
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the chip flow angle r\c. The chip flow angle may be obtained experimentally from
the relation cos t]c = b/cos i (2116) where bc is the width of the chip and b is the
width of the workpiece that is being cut. Threedimensional machining can be ...
the chip flow angle r\c. The chip flow angle may be obtained experimentally from
the relation cos t]c = b/cos i (2116) where bc is the width of the chip and b is the
width of the workpiece that is being cut. Threedimensional machining can be ...
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Contents
Introduction  3 
Elements of the Theory of Plasticity  72 
Plastic Deformation of Single Crystals  105 
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