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Equation (2109) shows that the stress increases with the ratio a/b. Therefore, a
very narrow hole, such as a crack, normal to the tensile direction will result in a
very high stress concentration. Mathematical complexities prevent the calculation
...
Equation (2109) shows that the stress increases with the ratio a/b. Therefore, a
very narrow hole, such as a crack, normal to the tensile direction will result in a
very high stress concentration. Mathematical complexities prevent the calculation
...
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energy increases with the melting point of the metal and with solute additions. For
a given metal the amount of stored energy depends on the type of deformation
process, e.g., wire drawing vs. tension. The stored energy increases with strain ...
energy increases with the melting point of the metal and with solute additions. For
a given metal the amount of stored energy depends on the type of deformation
process, e.g., wire drawing vs. tension. The stored energy increases with strain ...
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If the lubrication breaks down so that n increases or the flow stress increases
because the temperature decreases, the plastic curve will be raised (Fig. 1713).
The rolling load will be increased from P, to P2 and the final thickness will be ...
If the lubrication breaks down so that n increases or the flow stress increases
because the temperature decreases, the plastic curve will be raised (Fig. 1713).
The rolling load will be increased from P, to P2 and the final thickness will be ...
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Introduction  3 
Elements of the Theory of Plasticity  72 
Plastic Deformation of Single Crystals  105 
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