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The Flow Curve The

ordinary tension test, is of fundamental interest in plasticity when the curve is

plotted in terms of true stress a and true strain t. True stress is given by the load ...

The Flow Curve The

**stress**-**strain curve**obtained by uniaxial loading, as in theordinary tension test, is of fundamental interest in plasticity when the curve is

plotted in terms of true stress a and true strain t. True stress is given by the load ...

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Engineering

provide basic design 1nformation on the strength of materials and as an

acceptance test for the specification of materials. In the tension test1 i1 specimen

IK ...

Engineering

**Stress**-**Strain Curve**The engineering tension test is widely used toprovide basic design 1nformation on the strength of materials and as an

acceptance test for the specification of materials. In the tension test1 i1 specimen

IK ...

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approximated by either of the following equations: Vr^<T,,C, (9-9) or t/^^L+^e, (9-

10) For brittle materials the

**stress**-**strain curve**like that of the structural steel, the area under the curve can beapproximated by either of the following equations: Vr^<T,,C, (9-9) or t/^^L+^e, (9-

10) For brittle materials the

**stress**-**strain curve**is sometimes assumed to be a ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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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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