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subjected to a planestress situation. Figure 24 shows the variation of normal
stress and shear stress with 9 for the biaxialplanestress situation given at the
top of the figure. Note the following important facts about this figure: 1. The
maximum ...
subjected to a planestress situation. Figure 24 shows the variation of normal
stress and shear stress with 9 for the biaxialplanestress situation given at the
top of the figure. Note the following important facts about this figure: 1. The
maximum ...
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Still another interpretation is that it represents the mean square of the shear
stress averaged over all orientations in the solid.1 MAXIMUMSHEARSTRESS
OR TRESCA CRITERION This yield criterion assumes that yielding occurs when
the ...
Still another interpretation is that it represents the mean square of the shear
stress averaged over all orientations in the solid.1 MAXIMUMSHEARSTRESS
OR TRESCA CRITERION This yield criterion assumes that yielding occurs when
the ...
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Measurements of the velocity of dislocation motion1 in a number of ionic crystals
and metals have shown that the velocity is a very strong function of the shear
stress in the slip plane. This is given by the equation v = Arm , where m is a
constant ...
Measurements of the velocity of dislocation motion1 in a number of ionic crystals
and metals have shown that the velocity is a very strong function of the shear
stress in the slip plane. This is given by the equation v = Arm , where m is a
constant ...
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Introduction  3 
Elements of the Theory of Plasticity  72 
Plastic Deformation of Single Crystals  105 
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