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where <r„ = working stress, psi <r0 = yield strength, psi <tu = tensile strength, psi

No =

strength The value assigned to the

where <r„ = working stress, psi <r0 = yield strength, psi <tu = tensile strength, psi

No =

**factor**of safety based on yield strength Nu =**factor**of safety based on tensilestrength The value assigned to the

**factor**of safety depends on an estimate of ...Page 440

be required by the conventional approach of varying each

comparing run 1 with run 2, we can find the effect of varying the boron content at

constant nickel content. Comparing run 1 with run 3 gives the effect of varying ...

be required by the conventional approach of varying each

**factor**one at a time. Bycomparing run 1 with run 2, we can find the effect of varying the boron content at

constant nickel content. Comparing run 1 with run 3 gives the effect of varying ...

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Ki for the fillet is about 2, and the dynamic

minimum allowable diameter of the shaft? 1 2-9. Derive an expression for the

bending stress in an R. R. Moore type of fatigue specimen as a function of the

angle of ...

Ki for the fillet is about 2, and the dynamic

**factor**of safety is 2.5. What is theminimum allowable diameter of the shaft? 1 2-9. Derive an expression for the

bending stress in an R. R. Moore type of fatigue specimen as a function of the

angle of ...

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### Contents

Introduction | 3 |

Stress and Strain Relationships for Elastic Behavior | 17 |

Elements of the Theory of Plasticity | 54 |

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