## Mechanical metallurgy |

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written as 3 dl dev~2Ta,'j (3"50) Thus, the stress, strain relations for an elastic-

plastic solid are given by 1 + v 1 + 2v dakk 3 dl deu ... Since a plastic material

tends to deform in all directions, to develop a

necessary to ...

written as 3 dl dev~2Ta,'j (3"50) Thus, the stress, strain relations for an elastic-

plastic solid are given by 1 + v 1 + 2v dakk 3 dl deu ... Since a plastic material

tends to deform in all directions, to develop a

**plane**-**strain**condition it isnecessary to ...

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11-5 Klc

extension force and stress intensity factor have been introduced and thoroughly

explored. In this section we consider the testing procedures by which the fracture

...

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**PLANE**-**STRAIN**TOUGHNESS TESTING The concepts of crack-extension force and stress intensity factor have been introduced and thoroughly

explored. In this section we consider the testing procedures by which the fracture

...

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simply is the applied load divided by the contact area of the platens so long as

the ratio of indentation thickness to platen width t/b is in the range J to \.

**plane**-**strain**compression test. It has been found that the axial compressive stresssimply is the applied load divided by the contact area of the platens so long as

the ratio of indentation thickness to platen width t/b is in the range J to \.

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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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