## Deformation and Fracture Mechanics of Engineering MaterialsUpdated to reflect recent developments in our understanding of deformation and fracture processes in structural materials. This completely revised reference includes new sections on isostress analysis, modulus of rupture, creep fracture micromechanicsms, and many more. |

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The strains in each

514 " yz + 5157zx + 316 xy = S21°xx + S22°yy + S230 , 2 + S24 " yz + S25 + 2x +

S26 " xy €22 = S310xx + S32°yy + S33ozz + S34 yz + S35 + 2x + S36 + xy Exy ...

The strains in each

**direction**may be given by Exx = Suoxx + S12°yy + S130 , 2 +514 " yz + 5157zx + 316 xy = S21°xx + S22°yy + S230 , 2 + S24 " yz + S25 + 2x +

S26 " xy €22 = S310xx + S32°yy + S33ozz + S34 yz + S35 + 2x + S36 + xy Exy ...

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material depends only on the magnitude of the

the principal crystallographic

. 2 . TABLE 1 . 2

material depends only on the magnitude of the

**direction**cosines , with values forthe principal crystallographic

**directions**in the cubic lattice being given in Table 1. 2 . TABLE 1 . 2

**Direction**Cosines for Principal**Directions**in Cubic Lattice ...Page 116

( a ) ( 110 ) projection showed twinning on ( 112 ) plane in ( 111 )

circles represent atoms lying in plane of paper . Grey circles represent atoms

above plane of paper ; ( b ) ( 112 ) projection showing ease of movement in ( 111

) ...

( a ) ( 110 ) projection showed twinning on ( 112 ) plane in ( 111 )

**direction**. Blackcircles represent atoms lying in plane of paper . Grey circles represent atoms

above plane of paper ; ( b ) ( 112 ) projection showing ease of movement in ( 111

) ...

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### Contents

ELEMENTS OF DISLOCATION THEORY | 39 |

SLIP IN CRYSTALLINE SOLIDS | 71 |

DEFORMATION TWINNING | 101 |

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