## MECHANICAL METALLURGY |

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In addition, the

Roughness Since the early days of fatigue investigations, it has been recognized

that different

In addition, the

**surface**is subjected to oxidation and corrosion.**Surface**Roughness Since the early days of fatigue investigations, it has been recognized

that different

**surface**finishes produced by different machining procedures can ...Page 319

Note that the high compressive residual stresses at the

by tensile residual stresses over the interior of the cross section. In Fig. 12-9c the

stress distribution due to the algebraic summation of the external bending ...

Note that the high compressive residual stresses at the

**surface**must be balancedby tensile residual stresses over the interior of the cross section. In Fig. 12-9c the

stress distribution due to the algebraic summation of the external bending ...

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hardening produces the same metallurgical changes and residual- stress pattern

as ...

**Surface Surface**Fig. 15-11. distribution Typical residual-stress produced by**surface**treatment like induction hardening, carburizing, or shot peening. Flamehardening produces the same metallurgical changes and residual- stress pattern

as ...

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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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