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The change in resistance, which is proportional to strain, can be accurately

comparative ruggedness, and ease of application make resistance strain gages a

...

The change in resistance, which is proportional to strain, can be accurately

**determined**with a simple Wheatstone-bridge circuit. The high sensitivity, stability,comparative ruggedness, and ease of application make resistance strain gages a

...

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The two-dimensional version of Eq. (2.47) can then be used to

principal strains. ee = ex cos2 9 + ey sin2 9 + yxy sin 9 cos 9 (2-53) A more

convenient method of

than ...

The two-dimensional version of Eq. (2.47) can then be used to

**determine**theprincipal strains. ee = ex cos2 9 + ey sin2 9 + yxy sin 9 cos 9 (2-53) A more

convenient method of

**determining**the principal strains from strain- gage readingsthan ...

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11-5 RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN HARDNESS AND THE FLOW CURVE Tabor1

has suggested a method by which the plastic region of the true-stress-true- strain

curve may be

11-5 RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN HARDNESS AND THE FLOW CURVE Tabor1

has suggested a method by which the plastic region of the true-stress-true- strain

curve may be

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Introduction | 3 |

Elements of the Theory of Plasticity | 72 |

Plastic Deformation of Single Crystals | 105 |

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