## Strength of Materials |

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consequently, useful in practice.

causes a ...

**yield strength**"-*" proportional limit offset or permanent set Fig. 4-3. Definition of**yield strength**. other concept is also arbitrary, but it is specific in meaning and,consequently, useful in practice.

**Yield strength**is defined as the stress thatcauses a ...

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The stresses at A and B are called the upper and lower yield strengths,

respectively. Point A is loosely called the yield point; since it has units of stress, it

is more precise to call it

yield ...

The stresses at A and B are called the upper and lower yield strengths,

respectively. Point A is loosely called the yield point; since it has units of stress, it

is more precise to call it

**yield strength**. » c OA = upper**yield strength**0B = loweryield ...

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According to this theory, failure occurs at some point in a member when the

maximum principal normal stress at that point reaches the strength level that is

considered critical (either the

is most ...

According to this theory, failure occurs at some point in a member when the

maximum principal normal stress at that point reaches the strength level that is

considered critical (either the

**yield strength**or the ultimate strength). This theoryis most ...

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