## 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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This would be true especially if the initial

critical flaw size . Therefore , one concludes that the stronger material is inferior in

terms of potential

This would be true especially if the initial

**crack**was not much smaller than thecritical flaw size . Therefore , one concludes that the stronger material is inferior in

terms of potential

**fatigue**life , critical flaw size , associated fracture toughness ...Page 499

Such load interaction effects are not accounted for by current

extension relationships such as Eq . 13 - 3 , or by linear cumulative damage laws

( see Chapter Twelve ) . Since linear cumulative damage laws assume that

damage ...

Such load interaction effects are not accounted for by current

**fatigue crack**extension relationships such as Eq . 13 - 3 , or by linear cumulative damage laws

( see Chapter Twelve ) . Since linear cumulative damage laws assume that

damage ...

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If many fatigue cycles were anticipated , the designer should opt for alloy B ,

since

showing relative

C , D ) .

If many fatigue cycles were anticipated , the designer should opt for alloy B ,

since

**fatigue cracks**would propagate more slowly over most of ... 40 Diagramshowing relative

**fatigue crack**propagation behavior of several materials ( A , B ,C , D ) .

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### Contents

ELEMENTS OF DISLOCATION THEORY | 39 |

SLIP IN CRYSTALLINE SOLIDS | 71 |

DEFORMATION TWINNING | 101 |

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