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17 Shear strain. By analogy with the definition of stress at a point, the strain at a
point is the ratio of the deformation to the gage length as the gage length
approaches zero. Rather than referring the change in length to the original gage
length, ...
17 Shear strain. By analogy with the definition of stress at a point, the strain at a
point is the ratio of the deformation to the gage length as the gage length
approaches zero. Rather than referring the change in length to the original gage
length, ...
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19 the shear strain y was denned as the total angular change from a right angle.
Referring to Fig. 21 5a, y = exy + eyx = sxy + £yx = 2exy . This definition of shear
strain, yy = 2ey , is called the engineering shear strain. 8u dv yxz =  + g (245) ...
19 the shear strain y was denned as the total angular change from a right angle.
Referring to Fig. 21 5a, y = exy + eyx = sxy + £yx = 2exy . This definition of shear
strain, yy = 2ey , is called the engineering shear strain. 8u dv yxz =  + g (245) ...
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414 STRAIN HARDENING OF SINGLE CRYSTALS One of the chief
characteristics of the plastic deformation of metals is the fact that the shear stress
required to produce slip continuously increases with increasing shear strain. The
increase ...
414 STRAIN HARDENING OF SINGLE CRYSTALS One of the chief
characteristics of the plastic deformation of metals is the fact that the shear stress
required to produce slip continuously increases with increasing shear strain. The
increase ...
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Contents
Introduction  3 
Elements of the Theory of Plasticity  72 
Plastic Deformation of Single Crystals  105 
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