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The working stress may be considered as either the yield stiength or the tensile
strength divided by a number called the factor of safety. aw=°f or *„ = £ (15) #0
Nu where CTW = working stress, psi a0 = yield strength, psi ffu = tensile strength,
...
The working stress may be considered as either the yield stiength or the tensile
strength divided by a number called the factor of safety. aw=°f or *„ = £ (15) #0
Nu where CTW = working stress, psi a0 = yield strength, psi ffu = tensile strength,
...
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The ratio of notchedtounnotched flow stress is referred to as the plastic
constraint factor q. ... 10 as the notch is made sharper and deeper, Orowan1 has
shown that the plasticconstraint factor cannot exceed a value of 2.57. Thus, the
triaxial ...
The ratio of notchedtounnotched flow stress is referred to as the plastic
constraint factor q. ... 10 as the notch is made sharper and deeper, Orowan1 has
shown that the plasticconstraint factor cannot exceed a value of 2.57. Thus, the
triaxial ...
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The ratio of the maximum stress to the nominal stress is the theoretical stress
concentration factor K, . As was discussed in Sec. 216, values of K, can be
computed from the theory of elasticity for simple geometries and can be
determined from ...
The ratio of the maximum stress to the nominal stress is the theoretical stress
concentration factor K, . As was discussed in Sec. 216, values of K, can be
computed from the theory of elasticity for simple geometries and can be
determined from ...
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Contents
Introduction  3 
Elements of the Theory of Plasticity  72 
Plastic Deformation of Single Crystals  105 
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