## MECHANICAL METALLURGY |

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The method is limited to cylindrical bodies in which the residual stresses vary in

the radial direction but are constant in the

directions. This is not a particularly restrictive condition since bars and tubes

made by ...

The method is limited to cylindrical bodies in which the residual stresses vary in

the radial direction but are constant in the

**longitudinal**and circumferentialdirections. This is not a particularly restrictive condition since bars and tubes

made by ...

Page 405

Based on this linear relationship, the maximum

is given by the familiar equation from strength of materials, Me . a i. - —f- (15-9)

where c is the distance from the neutral axis to the outer fiber, in this case t/4.

Based on this linear relationship, the maximum

**longitudinal**stress at the surfaceis given by the familiar equation from strength of materials, Me . a i. - —f- (15-9)

where c is the distance from the neutral axis to the outer fiber, in this case t/4.

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For reductions per pass of less than about 1 per cent the

stresses are compressive at the surface ... to zero at the free surface, while the

circumferential stresses follow the same trend as the

stresses.

For reductions per pass of less than about 1 per cent the

**longitudinal**residualstresses are compressive at the surface ... to zero at the free surface, while the

circumferential stresses follow the same trend as the

**longitudinal**residualstresses.

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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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