## 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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... ne Short -

dislocation stress field effects ( 100 – 1000 Å ) Very long -

effects ( > 104 Å ) Note that the overall yield strength of a material depends on

both short ...

... ne Short -

**range**order Peierls stress effects ( < 108 ) Long -**range**orderdislocation stress field effects ( 100 – 1000 Å ) Very long -

**range**structural sizeeffects ( > 104 Å ) Note that the overall yield strength of a material depends on

both short ...

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strain

strain

strain ...

**range**in the hysteresis loop is given by Ae = XT + QY = 4 ( 12 - 13 ) The plasticstrain

**range**is equal to TQ or equal to the total strain**range**minus the elasticstrain

**range**. Hence - AG = AE , - A ( 12 - 14 ) Note that as the amount of plasticstrain ...

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7 x 10 - 20 o = 13K Using the

47 . 3 to 56 . 1 MPa Vm ) , the stress level at fracture was found to be o = 615 –

730 MPa This represents an upper bound

7 x 10 - 20 o = 13K Using the

**range**of experimentally determined Kic values , (47 . 3 to 56 . 1 MPa Vm ) , the stress level at fracture was found to be o = 615 –

730 MPa This represents an upper bound

**range**of the fracture stress , since ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

ELEMENTS OF DISLOCATION THEORY | 39 |

SLIP IN CRYSTALLINE SOLIDS | 71 |

DEFORMATION TWINNING | 101 |

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