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Description of Strain at a Point The brief description of linear strain and shear

strain

the strain at a point in a rigid body. For simplicity in illustration, Fig. 2-10

considers ...

Description of Strain at a Point The brief description of linear strain and shear

strain

**given**in Sec. 1-9 can be expanded into a more generalized description ofthe strain at a point in a rigid body. For simplicity in illustration, Fig. 2-10

considers ...

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The lag angle, on the basis of this model, is

where to = 2ir/ is the angular frequency of vibration. Equation (8-13) is

symmetrical in both o> and T and has a maximum when cor = 1. Therefore, for a

material ...

The lag angle, on the basis of this model, is

**given**by the following equation:1where to = 2ir/ is the angular frequency of vibration. Equation (8-13) is

symmetrical in both o> and T and has a maximum when cor = 1. Therefore, for a

material ...

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conventional strain at the outer and inner fibers is

that the circumferential strain on the tension surface is considerably greater than

that

compression ...

conventional strain at the outer and inner fibers is

**given**by Experiments showthat the circumferential strain on the tension surface is considerably greater than

that

**given**by Eq. (22-2) for large values of h/R, while the strain on thecompression ...

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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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