## MECHANICAL METALLURGY |

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A body which is permanently deformed is said to have undergone plastic

deformation. For most materials, as long as the load does not exceed the elastic

limit, the deformation is proportional to the load. This

Hooke's ...

A body which is permanently deformed is said to have undergone plastic

deformation. For most materials, as long as the load does not exceed the elastic

limit, the deformation is proportional to the load. This

**relationship**is known asHooke's ...

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In considering the stress-strain

that a constant linear

describe the situation. A realistic

In considering the stress-strain

**relationship**for an anelastic material it is apparentthat a constant linear

**relationship**between these two factors will not adequatelydescribe the situation. A realistic

**relationship**is obtained by equating the stress ...Page 441

Linear Regression The term regression is used in statistics to refer to the

determination of a functional

variables Xi and a dependent variable )',. Regression techniques are ordinarily

used where ...

Linear Regression The term regression is used in statistics to refer to the

determination of a functional

**relationship**between one or more independentvariables Xi and a dependent variable )',. Regression techniques are ordinarily

used where ...

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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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