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The true compressive strain is given by ec = ln— (1521) In a compression test at
constant crosshead speed, the truestrain rate continuously increases with
deformation [see Eq. (933)]. At strain rates below 1 s"1 a servocontrolled testing
...
The true compressive strain is given by ec = ln— (1521) In a compression test at
constant crosshead speed, the truestrain rate continuously increases with
deformation [see Eq. (933)]. At strain rates below 1 s"1 a servocontrolled testing
...
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159 Planestrain compression test. ing the sheet thickness after each increment
and relubricating for the next higher load. Slipline field theory has been used to
analyze the planestrain compression test. It has been found that the axial ...
159 Planestrain compression test. ing the sheet thickness after each increment
and relubricating for the next higher load. Slipline field theory has been used to
analyze the planestrain compression test. It has been found that the axial ...
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158 A frictionless uniaxial compression test of a copper cylinder gave the
following results : (a) Plot the truestresstruestrain curve in compression ; (b)
Construct an engineering tensile stressstrain curve up to the ultimate tensile
stress from ...
158 A frictionless uniaxial compression test of a copper cylinder gave the
following results : (a) Plot the truestresstruestrain curve in compression ; (b)
Construct an engineering tensile stressstrain curve up to the ultimate tensile
stress from ...
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