## Strength of Materials |

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yield strength and fracture strength and a decrease in fracture ductility. 3.

Temperature The common effect of temperature is that both the yield strength and

the ...

With

**increasing**hardness of a given material, one could expect an**increase**inyield strength and fracture strength and a decrease in fracture ductility. 3.

Temperature The common effect of temperature is that both the yield strength and

the ...

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The use of generous factors of safety can be self-defeating, anyway: The

components. The net result may be an overall

change in ...

The use of generous factors of safety can be self-defeating, anyway: The

**increase**in weight of one part may require**increases**in weight of several othercomponents. The net result may be an overall

**increase**in weight with little or nochange in ...

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stresses (according to linear elastic behavior, with K, fully applicable). For a 20%

ffu, a, ...

Any

**increase**in the external load will cause proportional**increases**in thestresses (according to linear elastic behavior, with K, fully applicable). For a 20%

**increase**in the load, the principal stresses become ax — > 30 ksi, ay — > 66 ksi >ffu, a, ...

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