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readings of linear strain, while shear strains must be

Therefore, it is the usual practice to use three strain gages separated at fixed

angles in the form of a "rosette," as in Fig. 2-11. Strain-gage readings at three

values of 6 ...

readings of linear strain, while shear strains must be

**determined**indirectly.Therefore, it is the usual practice to use three strain gages separated at fixed

angles in the form of a "rosette," as in Fig. 2-11. Strain-gage readings at three

values of 6 ...

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Difference between Two Means Sample Standard Deviations Not Significantly

Different. If the F te> shows that the standard deviations of the two samples are

not significantly different, the following procedure can be used to

he- ...

Difference between Two Means Sample Standard Deviations Not Significantly

Different. If the F te> shows that the standard deviations of the two samples are

not significantly different, the following procedure can be used to

**determine**whethe- ...

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The gross deformation of the workpiece can be

conventional measuring instruments. However, the information that is really

needed is the strain distribution throughout the workpiece. Most theories of

forming assume ...

The gross deformation of the workpiece can be

**determined**by means ofconventional measuring instruments. However, the information that is really

needed is the strain distribution throughout the workpiece. Most theories of

forming assume ...

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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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