## MECHANICAL METALLURGY |

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The proportional limit is the stress at which the stress- strain curve deviates from

linearity. The slope of the stress-strain curve in this region is the modulus of

elasticity. For engineering purposes the limit of usable elastic

described ...

The proportional limit is the stress at which the stress- strain curve deviates from

linearity. The slope of the stress-strain curve in this region is the modulus of

elasticity. For engineering purposes the limit of usable elastic

**behavior**isdescribed ...

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Introduction The previous three chapters have been concerned with the

phenomeno- logical description of the elastic and plastic

has been shown that formal mathematical theories have been developed for

describing the ...

Introduction The previous three chapters have been concerned with the

phenomeno- logical description of the elastic and plastic

**behavior**of metals. Ithas been shown that formal mathematical theories have been developed for

describing the ...

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The simplification which results from the single-crystal condition materially assists

in describing the deformation

structure. However, with the exception of electronic and semiconductor devices, ...

The simplification which results from the single-crystal condition materially assists

in describing the deformation

**behavior**in terms of crystallography and defectstructure. However, with the exception of electronic and semiconductor devices, ...

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### Contents

Stress and Strain Relationships for Elastic Behavior | 17 |

Elements of the Theory of Plasticity | 54 |

Plastic Deformation of Single Crystals | 81 |

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