## Strength of Materials |

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4-15 monotonic tension starting from point B gradual increase in strain as

loading progresses Fig. 4-15. Change in stress-strain curve after some

loading. Note: curves 1 and 2 may or may not cross. would involve sharp yielding

.

4-15 monotonic tension starting from point B gradual increase in strain as

**cyclic**loading progresses Fig. 4-15. Change in stress-strain curve after some

**cyclic**loading. Note: curves 1 and 2 may or may not cross. would involve sharp yielding

.

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00 170 in 1 nic ion y ^^^•"^ncyclic ionoto n mpress CO ,/^monotonic tension

tonic—

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... Mechanical Properties of Materials. J-iU monc >tonic 1 •< 280 f rcy :lic 240 "□

00 170 in 1 nic ion y ^^^•"^ncyclic ionoto n mpress CO ,/^monotonic tension

**cyclic**tonic—

**cyclic**monc tonic 1 monotonic**cyclic**eye ic monotonic**cyclic**mono! onic U.

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Within the volume monitored, there may be a small, critical region that

experiences considerable

same throughout the life) the hysteresis loops become fatter as

progresses.

Within the volume monitored, there may be a small, critical region that

experiences considerable

**cyclic**plasticity that makes the life of ... amplitude is thesame throughout the life) the hysteresis loops become fatter as

**cyclic**loadingprogresses.

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