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significant parameter, but it must be used with a suitable failure criterion (Sec. 34
). At temperatures significantly greater than room temperature metals no longer
exhibit strain hardening. Instead, metals can continuously deform at constant ...
significant parameter, but it must be used with a suitable failure criterion (Sec. 34
). At temperatures significantly greater than room temperature metals no longer
exhibit strain hardening. Instead, metals can continuously deform at constant ...
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625), three strength parameters must be considered. The stress required to
produce failure by flow parallel to the fibers is ac, given by Eq. (643). The shear
stress required to produce failure by shear in the matrix or at the fibermatrix
interface ...
625), three strength parameters must be considered. The stress required to
produce failure by flow parallel to the fibers is ac, given by Eq. (643). The shear
stress required to produce failure by shear in the matrix or at the fibermatrix
interface ...
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where ata is the alternating tensile stress. la \" ^ min tensile/ (1226) If <rmin of the
stress cycle is compressive, then the minimum tensile stress is zero. No factor for
Kf is used in this failure criterion and, accordingly, the values taken for <rC are ...
where ata is the alternating tensile stress. la \" ^ min tensile/ (1226) If <rmin of the
stress cycle is compressive, then the minimum tensile stress is zero. No factor for
Kf is used in this failure criterion and, accordingly, the values taken for <rC are ...
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