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To evaluate the constant k and relate it to yielding in the tension test, we realize
that at yielding in uniaxial tension al = a0 , a2 = <r3 = 0 (311) Substituting Eq. (3
11) in Eq. (310) results in the usual form of the von Mises' yield criterion ...
To evaluate the constant k and relate it to yielding in the tension test, we realize
that at yielding in uniaxial tension al = a0 , a2 = <r3 = 0 (311) Substituting Eq. (3
11) in Eq. (310) results in the usual form of the von Mises' yield criterion ...
Page 82
Still another interpretation is that it represents the mean square of the shear
stress averaged over all orientations in the solid.1 MAXIMUMSHEARSTRESS
OR TRESCA CRITERION This yield criterion assumes that yielding occurs when
the ...
Still another interpretation is that it represents the mean square of the shear
stress averaged over all orientations in the solid.1 MAXIMUMSHEARSTRESS
OR TRESCA CRITERION This yield criterion assumes that yielding occurs when
the ...
Page 439
Fatigue tests with different combinations of bending and torsion1 show that for
ductile metals the distortionenergy criterion (von Mises) provides the best overall
fit. For brittle materials a maximum principalstress theory provides the best ...
Fatigue tests with different combinations of bending and torsion1 show that for
ductile metals the distortionenergy criterion (von Mises) provides the best overall
fit. For brittle materials a maximum principalstress theory provides the best ...
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Introduction  3 
Elements of the Theory of Plasticity  72 
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