## Treatise on materials science and technology, Volume 1 |

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The in-phase and out-of-phase buckling modes, called the

modes of compressive failure by Rosen, are characteristically of a magnitude

about equal to the matrix

The in-phase and out-of-phase buckling modes, called the

**shear**and extensionalmodes of compressive failure by Rosen, are characteristically of a magnitude

about equal to the matrix

**shear**modulus. The validity of this model has been ...Page 111

Because of this misalignment, the applied compressive stress a will produce a

the elements — in a sense to increase the

Because of this misalignment, the applied compressive stress a will produce a

**shear**stress between the elements in this region, which tends to**shear**and rotatethe elements — in a sense to increase the

**shear**stress acting between them.Page 113

done in the band. Furthermore, D = (2M</>) GJ2n(l - v) (A-3) is the scale factor of

the stress field of an edge dislocation^ where Gc is the

**shear**field and therefore is negligible), and the second term is the plastic workdone in the band. Furthermore, D = (2M</>) GJ2n(l - v) (A-3) is the scale factor of

the stress field of an edge dislocation^ where Gc is the

**shear**modulus of the ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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