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This convention is that a shear stress causing a clockwise rotation about any
point in the physical element is plotted above the horizontal axis of the Mohr's
circle. A point on Mohr's circle gives the magnitude and direction of the normal
and ...
This convention is that a shear stress causing a clockwise rotation about any
point in the physical element is plotted above the horizontal axis of the Mohr's
circle. A point on Mohr's circle gives the magnitude and direction of the normal
and ...
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422a. Instead, the slip planes rotate toward the tensile axis since the tensile axis
of the specimen remains fixed, as in Fig. 422b. Since plastic flow occurs by slip
on certain planes in particular directions, the measured increase in length of the ...
422a. Instead, the slip planes rotate toward the tensile axis since the tensile axis
of the specimen remains fixed, as in Fig. 422b. Since plastic flow occurs by slip
on certain planes in particular directions, the measured increase in length of the ...
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The relationship between the stress axis and the 12 possible slip systems is best
shown on a stereographic projection1 (Fig. 425), where each of the unit triangles
defines a region in which a particular slip system operates. There are four ...
The relationship between the stress axis and the 12 possible slip systems is best
shown on a stereographic projection1 (Fig. 425), where each of the unit triangles
defines a region in which a particular slip system operates. There are four ...
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Introduction  3 
Elements of the Theory of Plasticity  72 
Plastic Deformation of Single Crystals  105 
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