## MECHANICAL METALLURGY |

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Note that the high

by tensile residual stresses over the interior of the cross section. In Fig. 12-9c the

stress distribution due to the algebraic summation of the external bending ...

Note that the high

**compressive**residual stresses at the surface must be balancedby tensile residual stresses over the interior of the cross section. In Fig. 12-9c the

stress distribution due to the algebraic summation of the external bending ...

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In general, the carburized surface contains

considerable variation in residual-stress distribution can be produced by

changes in processing.1 Ordinarily, the maximum

occurs at a ...

In general, the carburized surface contains

**compressive**residual stresses, butconsiderable variation in residual-stress distribution can be produced by

changes in processing.1 Ordinarily, the maximum

**compressive**residual stressoccurs at a ...

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The applied stresses are almosi entirely

swaging machines have found considerable use as a laboratory method of

decreasing the diameter of relatively brittle materials. On a commercial basis

swaging is ...

The applied stresses are almosi entirely

**compressive**. For this reason smallswaging machines have found considerable use as a laboratory method of

decreasing the diameter of relatively brittle materials. On a commercial basis

swaging is ...

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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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