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S s. c=o t is less within the

material is said to strain-harden ; it does not permit an increase in strain without

an increase in stress. A material for which C is zero is called elastic-perfectly ...

S s. c=o t is less within the

**plastic**region than it is within the elastic region. Such amaterial is said to strain-harden ; it does not permit an increase in strain without

an increase in stress. A material for which C is zero is called elastic-perfectly ...

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14-5. — Unloading and reloading of (a) actual ductile material and (b) elastic-

perfectly

coincide but are shown slightly separated for better comparison with (a). (curve

CBD).

14-5. — Unloading and reloading of (a) actual ductile material and (b) elastic-

perfectly

**plastic**material. In (b) the unloading and reloading lines actuallycoincide but are shown slightly separated for better comparison with (a). (curve

CBD).

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P-1446. 0 SUMMARY Inelastic action is applicable only to ductile materials. In

this introductory presentation, the material is restricted to the elastic-perfectly

shafts ...

P-1446. 0 SUMMARY Inelastic action is applicable only to ductile materials. In

this introductory presentation, the material is restricted to the elastic-perfectly

**plastic**type so that strain-hardening effects are not considered. For solid circularshafts ...

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