## MECHANICAL METALLURGY |

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For this situation it is possible to recover completely the yield stress of a strain-

hardened crystal without producing -

replacement of the cold- worked structure by a new set of strain-free grains.

For this situation it is possible to recover completely the yield stress of a strain-

hardened crystal without producing -

**recrystallization**.**Recrystallization**is thereplacement of the cold- worked structure by a new set of strain-free grains.

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Values of n' between 1 and 2 indicate one- dimensional

values between 2 and 3 denote two- dimensional

convenient to consider the process of

nucleation N ...

Values of n' between 1 and 2 indicate one- dimensional

**recrystallization**, whilevalues between 2 and 3 denote two- dimensional

**recrystallization**. It isconvenient to consider the process of

**recrystallization**in terms of the rate ofnucleation N ...

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Therefore, identical

driving force for grain growth is appreciably lower than the driving force for

growth ...

Therefore, identical

**recrystallization**behavior may not be obtained. Because thedriving force for grain growth is appreciably lower than the driving force for

**recrystallization**, at a temperature at which**recrystallization**occurs readily graingrowth ...

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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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