## Strength of Materials |

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Other mechanical properties will be introduced during discussions of realistic

Some materials have linear or nearly linear

Other mechanical properties will be introduced during discussions of realistic

**stress**-**strain curves**. 4-1. LINEAR AND NONLINEAR**STRESS**-**STRAIN CURVES**Some materials have linear or nearly linear

**stress**-**strain curves**all the way to ...Page 82

Solution From Eq. 4-6, •ten f'/ = 0-9 + 701500 = 0.905 Note that this metal is very

ductile, and the elastic strain at fracture is negligible. EXAMPLE 4-5 ... According

to the simplest definition, the toughness is the area under the

Solution From Eq. 4-6, •ten f'/ = 0-9 + 701500 = 0.905 Note that this metal is very

ductile, and the elastic strain at fracture is negligible. EXAMPLE 4-5 ... According

to the simplest definition, the toughness is the area under the

**stress**-**strain curve**.Page 87

A single loading to stress aA on the tension

monotonic tension starting from point B gradual increase in strain as cyclic

loading progresses Fig. 4-15. Change in

loading.

A single loading to stress aA on the tension

**stress**-**strain curve**in Fig. 4-15monotonic tension starting from point B gradual increase in strain as cyclic

loading progresses Fig. 4-15. Change in

**stress**-**strain curve**after some cyclicloading.

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