## Treatise on Materials Science and Technology, Volume 1 |

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another way as well . By a linear

expected that for any level of applied stress a

certain critical ...

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**fracture**process in strongly coupled composites inanother way as well . By a linear

**fracture**mechanics approach , it can beexpected that for any level of applied stress a

**fracture**instability is possible if acertain critical ...

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number r of adjacent

of the flaw distribution . ... The calculation of the probability Fo ) of

strip of N parallel reinforcing elements of length d requires the enumeration of

very ...

number r of adjacent

**fractured**elements , but do not depend on the scale factor Cof the flaw distribution . ... The calculation of the probability Fo ) of

**fracture**in astrip of N parallel reinforcing elements of length d requires the enumeration of

very ...

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of the strength maximum , the length of the critical crack for

decreases with increasing exponent m ( decreasing element variability ) . This

increase is partly due to the rise in the composite strength with increasing m . As

the ...

of the strength maximum , the length of the critical crack for

**fracture**instabilitydecreases with increasing exponent m ( decreasing element variability ) . This

increase is partly due to the rise in the composite strength with increasing m . As

the ...

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addition alloys analysis angle applied approach associated assumed atoms average becomes bond boundary calculated complex composite concentration consider constants contribution crystal curvature curve decrease defined dependence deposition determined developed direction discussed displacement distance distribution dynamical effect elastic electron elements energy equal equation exist experimental fibers force fracture function given gives grain grain boundaries Group growth growth path illustrated increase indicate interaction interface internal friction interstitial iron laminate lattice layer length material matrix measured mechanism metal microstructural molecules nitrogen normal nucleation observed obtained occur oxygen particles peak phase plane position possible potential present produce properties region reinforcing relaxation respectively shown in Fig shows single Snoek peak solid solution strain strength stress structure substitutional surface Table temperature tungsten unit values volume waves