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29 MOHR'S CIRCLE OF STRAIN Except in a few cases involving contact
stresses, it is not possible to measure stress directly. Therefore, experimental
measurements of stress are actually based on measured strains and are
converted to ...
29 MOHR'S CIRCLE OF STRAIN Except in a few cases involving contact
stresses, it is not possible to measure stress directly. Therefore, experimental
measurements of stress are actually based on measured strains and are
converted to ...
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159) and the average pressures are measured, then /t can be found by solving
simultaneously the two sets of Eq. (1545) p  e"h/l  , 2k ~ (1545) A particularly
useful technique for measuring m (or /i) is the ringcompression test.2 The test ...
159) and the average pressures are measured, then /t can be found by solving
simultaneously the two sets of Eq. (1545) p  e"h/l  , 2k ~ (1545) A particularly
useful technique for measuring m (or /i) is the ringcompression test.2 The test ...
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1512 EXPERIMENTAL TECHNIQUES FOR METALWORKING PROCESSES
Experimental studies of metalworking processes require techniques for
measuring the forming loads and the deformations. Measurement of the forces
presents no ...
1512 EXPERIMENTAL TECHNIQUES FOR METALWORKING PROCESSES
Experimental studies of metalworking processes require techniques for
measuring the forming loads and the deformations. Measurement of the forces
presents no ...
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Introduction  3 
Elements of the Theory of Plasticity  72 
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