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It is generally considered in this country that the

British terminology the instantaneous strain designated by e0 in Fig. 1 3-4 is often

called the first stage of

It is generally considered in this country that the

**creep**curve has three stages. InBritish terminology the instantaneous strain designated by e0 in Fig. 1 3-4 is often

called the first stage of

**creep**, so that with this nomenclature the**creep**curve is ...Page 459

13-12 PRESENTATION OF ENGINEERING

progress has been made on the theory of

advanced to the point where

reliably ...

13-12 PRESENTATION OF ENGINEERING

**CREEP**DATA Although muchprogress has been made on the theory of

**creep**, our understanding has notadvanced to the point where

**creep**and stress-rupture behavior can be predictedreliably ...

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Thus we can write e = BE"' (13-31) Combining Eqs. (13-30) and (13-31) results in

£1-Ba",-1[«1-Ka2 + a,)] (13-32) The effective stress and the effective strain rate

are useful parameters for correlating steady-state

Thus we can write e = BE"' (13-31) Combining Eqs. (13-30) and (13-31) results in

£1-Ba",-1[«1-Ka2 + a,)] (13-32) The effective stress and the effective strain rate

are useful parameters for correlating steady-state

**creep**data. When plotted on ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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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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