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limit, the stress distribution of ay is shown. At the same time a transverse elastic
stress ax is produced by the geometry of the notch. This can be understood
physically if we imagine a series of small tensile specimens at the tip of the notch.
limit, the stress distribution of ay is shown. At the same time a transverse elastic
stress ax is produced by the geometry of the notch. This can be understood
physically if we imagine a series of small tensile specimens at the tip of the notch.
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For ductile metals the tensile strength should be regarded as a measure of the
maximum load which a metal can withstand under the very restrictive conditions
of uniaxial loading. It will be shown that this value bears little relation to the useful
...
For ductile metals the tensile strength should be regarded as a measure of the
maximum load which a metal can withstand under the very restrictive conditions
of uniaxial loading. It will be shown that this value bears little relation to the useful
...
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It assumes constant values of mean stress and that the loads are in phase, i.e., all
alternating load components reach their ... For the simplified situation of a
uniaxial stress state it reduces to '" (1224) A/ A maximumtensilestress criterion
is ...
It assumes constant values of mean stress and that the loads are in phase, i.e., all
alternating load components reach their ... For the simplified situation of a
uniaxial stress state it reduces to '" (1224) A/ A maximumtensilestress criterion
is ...
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