## MECHANICAL METALLURGY |

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As more information is

certainly will be other changes in current concepts of dislocation theory. The

resolving power of the best electron microscope would have to be improved by a

...

As more information is

**obtained**on dislocation behavior in real materials, therecertainly will be other changes in current concepts of dislocation theory. The

resolving power of the best electron microscope would have to be improved by a

...

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An interesting test for

possible by conventional means was proposed by Prot.1 In this method, each

specimen is started at an initial stress below the expected value of the fatigue

limit, ...

An interesting test for

**obtaining**a more rapid estimate of the fatigue limit than ispossible by conventional means was proposed by Prot.1 In this method, each

specimen is started at an initial stress below the expected value of the fatigue

limit, ...

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Reliable information on the flow stress required to produce deformation can be

there is no convenient test for exactly determining these data at high rates of ...

Reliable information on the flow stress required to produce deformation can be

**obtained**with the tension or compression test for slow rates of deformation, butthere is no convenient test for exactly determining these data at high rates of ...

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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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