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Von Mises, or Distortion-energy, Theory A somewhat better fit with experimental

results is provided by the yield criterion

+ ("3 - *i)2]w (3-12) V2 According to this criterion, yielding will occur when the ...

Von Mises, or Distortion-energy, Theory A somewhat better fit with experimental

results is provided by the yield criterion

**given**in Eq. (3-12). <r„ = 4= [('i - + (°* - °,Y+ ("3 - *i)2]w (3-12) V2 According to this criterion, yielding will occur when the ...

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The lag angle, on the basis of this model, is

lf^ (8-,3) where co = 2-rf is the angular frequency of vibration. Equation (8-13) is

symmetrical in both to and t and has a maximum when cot = 1. Therefore, for a ...

The lag angle, on the basis of this model, is

**given**by the following equation:1 a-E'lf^ (8-,3) where co = 2-rf is the angular frequency of vibration. Equation (8-13) is

symmetrical in both to and t and has a maximum when cot = 1. Therefore, for a ...

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Based on this linear relationship, the maximum longitudinal stress at the surface

is

is the distance from the neutral axis to the outer fiber, in this case t/4.

Based on this linear relationship, the maximum longitudinal stress at the surface

is

**given**by the familiar equation from strength of materials, <TL - ^ (15-9) where cis the distance from the neutral axis to the outer fiber, in this case t/4.

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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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