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the mathematical language encountered in some areas of mechanical metallurgy
. Part Two, Metallurgical Fundamentals, deals with the structural aspects of
plastic deformation and fracture. Emphasis is on the atomistics of flow and
fracture ...
the mathematical language encountered in some areas of mechanical metallurgy
. Part Two, Metallurgical Fundamentals, deals with the structural aspects of
plastic deformation and fracture. Emphasis is on the atomistics of flow and
fracture ...
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However, for most students of metallurgy and for practicing engineers in industry,
it is worth spending the time to become familiar with the mathematics presented
in Part One. The theories of strength of materials, elasticity, and plasticity lose ...
However, for most students of metallurgy and for practicing engineers in industry,
it is worth spending the time to become familiar with the mathematics presented
in Part One. The theories of strength of materials, elasticity, and plasticity lose ...
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1216 EFFECT OF METALLURGICAL VARIABLES ON FATIGUE The fatigue
properties of metals are quite structuresensitive. However, at the present time
there are only a limited number of ways in which the fatigue properties can be ...
1216 EFFECT OF METALLURGICAL VARIABLES ON FATIGUE The fatigue
properties of metals are quite structuresensitive. However, at the present time
there are only a limited number of ways in which the fatigue properties can be ...
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Contents
Introduction  3 
Elements of the Theory of Plasticity  72 
Plastic Deformation of Single Crystals  105 
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