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are completely brittle under ordinary conditions, like limestone or rock salt,

actually necked down when pulled in tension with superimposed hydrostatic

static

**pressure**than when tested with simple uniaxial loading. Materials whichare completely brittle under ordinary conditions, like limestone or rock salt,

actually necked down when pulled in tension with superimposed hydrostatic

**pressure**.Page 496

Therefore, the specific roll

maximum at the neutral point and then falls off. The fact that the

distribution ...

Therefore, the specific roll

**pressure**is given by (19-3) The distribution of roll**pressure**along the arc of contact is indicated in Fig. 19-5. The**pressure**rises to amaximum at the neutral point and then falls off. The fact that the

**pressure**distribution ...

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(a) Calculate the roll

the roll exit. (6) If / = 0.40, what is the roll

psi front tension is applied in Prob. 19-2a, what is the roll

(a) Calculate the roll

**pressure**at the entrance to the rolls, the neutral point, andthe roll exit. (6) If / = 0.40, what is the roll

**pressure**at the neutral point? (c) If 5,000psi front tension is applied in Prob. 19-2a, what is the roll

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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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