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Thus one might expect

the theoretical

experimentally for a variety of brittle solids (Doremus, 1976). For example, for

soda-lime ...

Thus one might expect

**values**of y calculated by these methods to be larger thanthe theoretical

**values**and scattered. These are the results actually foundexperimentally for a variety of brittle solids (Doremus, 1976). For example, for

soda-lime ...

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log t = a - bS/S^ (34) log t = c - n log(5/SN) (35) log/ = d + gSs/S (36) log / = h + p(

SJS)2 (37) where the

below introduce some minor differences into these equations, but they are not ...

log t = a - bS/S^ (34) log t = c - n log(5/SN) (35) log/ = d + gSs/S (36) log / = h + p(

SJS)2 (37) where the

**values**of b, n, g, and p are positive. The theories discussedbelow introduce some minor differences into these equations, but they are not ...

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tion of the spread (standard deviation) of log t

measure of the functional dependence of failure time on stress. The applied

stress 5 can be considered constant compared to the spread in inert strengths (

SN ...

tion of the spread (standard deviation) of log t

**values**with stress is a sensitivemeasure of the functional dependence of failure time on stress. The applied

stress 5 can be considered constant compared to the spread in inert strengths (

SN ...

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