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Strain to fracture   Uniform strain  Conventional strain e Fig. 91 The
engineering stressstrain curve. It is obtained by dividing the load by the original
area of the cross section of the specimen. The strain used for the engineering
stressstrain ...
Strain to fracture   Uniform strain  Conventional strain e Fig. 91 The
engineering stressstrain curve. It is obtained by dividing the load by the original
area of the cross section of the specimen. The strain used for the engineering
stressstrain ...
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Further, the curves do not represent the true behavior in the plastic range, since
they are all based on the original area of the specimen. 92 TRUESTRESS
TRUESTRAIN CURVE The engineering stressstrain curve does not give a true
...
Further, the curves do not represent the true behavior in the plastic range, since
they are all based on the original area of the specimen. 92 TRUESTRESS
TRUESTRAIN CURVE The engineering stressstrain curve does not give a true
...
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True stress strain curve Engineering stress strain cuve • Max Load x Fracture ^'*
>' '"^ Comparison of engineering and true stressstrain curves. 0 Strain This
equation is applicable only to the onset of necking for the reasons discussed
above.
True stress strain curve Engineering stress strain cuve • Max Load x Fracture ^'*
>' '"^ Comparison of engineering and true stressstrain curves. 0 Strain This
equation is applicable only to the onset of necking for the reasons discussed
above.
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Introduction  3 
Elements of the Theory of Plasticity  72 
Plastic Deformation of Single Crystals  105 
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