## MECHANICAL METALLURGY |

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The mathematical description of the

well developed as the description of elastic deformation by means of the theory of

elasticity because

The mathematical description of the

**plastic deformation**of metals is not nearly sowell developed as the description of elastic deformation by means of the theory of

elasticity because

**plastic deformation**is much more complicated than elastic ...Page 118

Introduction The previous chapter considered the

single crystals in terms of the movement of dislocations and the basic

deformation mechanisms of slip and twinning. Single-crystal specimens

represent the metal ...

Introduction The previous chapter considered the

**plastic deformation**of metallicsingle crystals in terms of the movement of dislocations and the basic

deformation mechanisms of slip and twinning. Single-crystal specimens

represent the metal ...

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In many plastic forming operations, such as extrusion, the strains are much

greater than can be obtained in a tension or ... Work of

total work required to produce a shape by

down into ...

In many plastic forming operations, such as extrusion, the strains are much

greater than can be obtained in a tension or ... Work of

**Plastic Deformation**Thetotal work required to produce a shape by

**plastic deformation**can be brokendown into ...

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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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alloys aluminum angle annealing ASTM axis behavior bending billet brittle fracture Burgers vector cent compressive constant crack creep rate decrease determined diameter direction dislocation line distribution drawing ductile edge dislocation effect elastic elongation equation extrusion factor failure fatigue limit flow curve flow stress force forging forming friction given grain boundaries hardness high-temperature increase indentation lattice length load longitudinal mandrel martensite material maximum measured mechanical metallurgical Metals Park method modulus notch obtained occurs orientation particles plastic deformation pressure principal stresses Proc produced properties punch quenched radius ratio recrystallization region relationship residual stresses rolling screw dislocations shear stress sheet shown in Fig shows single crystals slip plane Society for Metals specimen steel strain energy strain hardening strain rate stress-strain curve structure surface temper tensile strength tensile stress theory thickness tion torsion Trans transition temperature tube usually yield point yield strength yield stress