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The directions of the principal stresses are the principal

Although in general the principal

cartesian-coordinate

practice the two ...

The directions of the principal stresses are the principal

**axes**1, 2, and 3.Although in general the principal

**axes**1, 2, and 3 do not coincide with thecartesian-coordinate

**axes**x, y, z, for many situations that are encountered inpractice the two ...

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In complete analogy with stress, it is possible to define a system of coordinate

principal ...

In complete analogy with stress, it is possible to define a system of coordinate

**axes**along which there are no shear strains. These**axes**are the principal strain**axes**. For an isotropic body the direction of principal strains coincide withprincipal ...

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three

crystallographic formulas, the reciprocals of these intercepts are used. They are

reduced to a lowest common denominator to give the Miller indices (hkl) of the

plane.

three

**axes**, measured from the origin of the coordinate**axes**. To simplify thecrystallographic formulas, the reciprocals of these intercepts are used. They are

reduced to a lowest common denominator to give the Miller indices (hkl) of the

plane.

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### Contents

Stress and Strain Relationships for Elastic Behavior | 18 |

from Elastic Strains 213 Strain Energy 214 Anisotropy | 46 |

Metallurgical Fundamentals | 101 |

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