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22-4.

transformed into a curved length. The definitions of the terms used in

illustrated in Fig. 22-8. The

the ...

22-4.

**Bending Bending**is the process by which a straight length of metal istransformed into a curved length. The definitions of the terms used in

**bending**areillustrated in Fig. 22-8. The

**bend**radius R is defined as the radius of curvature onthe ...

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strain, and most experimental data on

The elementary theory of the

circumferential strain, which is considered to vary only in the direction

perpendicular ...

strain, and most experimental data on

**bending**are concerned with this strain.The elementary theory of the

**bending**of rectangular beams considers only thecircumferential strain, which is considered to vary only in the direction

perpendicular ...

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Show that increasing the size of a fatigue specimen tested in

the stress gradient. 1 2-4. Eckert2 found that the cold straightening of steel axles

had no effect on the torsional fatigue strength but that this procedure could ...

Show that increasing the size of a fatigue specimen tested in

**bending**decreasesthe stress gradient. 1 2-4. Eckert2 found that the cold straightening of steel axles

had no effect on the torsional fatigue strength but that this procedure could ...

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### Contents

Introduction | 3 |

Stress and Strain Relationships for Elastic Behavior | 17 |

Elements of the Theory of Plasticity | 54 |

Copyright | |

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