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For uniaxial loading the change in temperature of the material with strain is given
by dT (81) where Vm = the molar volume of the material a = the coefficient of
linear thermal expansion E = the isothermal Young's modulus T = the absolute ...
For uniaxial loading the change in temperature of the material with strain is given
by dT (81) where Vm = the molar volume of the material a = the coefficient of
linear thermal expansion E = the isothermal Young's modulus T = the absolute ...
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918 Thermal activation barrier. curve to cause plastic flow at a value TO .
However, at some temperature greater than 0°K, thermal fluctuations will assist
the applied stress and plastic flow can occur at a stress T which is less than r0 .
918 Thermal activation barrier. curve to cause plastic flow at a value TO .
However, at some temperature greater than 0°K, thermal fluctuations will assist
the applied stress and plastic flow can occur at a stress T which is less than r0 .
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THERMAL FATIGUE The stresses which produce fatigue failure at high
temperature do not necessarily need to come from mechanical sources. Fatigue
failure can be produced by fluctuating thermal stresses under conditions where
no ...
THERMAL FATIGUE The stresses which produce fatigue failure at high
temperature do not necessarily need to come from mechanical sources. Fatigue
failure can be produced by fluctuating thermal stresses under conditions where
no ...
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Introduction  3 
Elements of the Theory of Plasticity  72 
Plastic Deformation of Single Crystals  105 
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