## Mechanical metallurgy |

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The yield strength, and to a lesser extent the tensile strength, are the properties

most affected. The yield strength in the direction perpendicular to the main (

...

The yield strength, and to a lesser extent the tensile strength, are the properties

most affected. The yield strength in the direction perpendicular to the main (

**longitudinal**) direction of working may be greater or less than the yield strength in...

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In general, reduction of area is lowest in the short-transverse direction,

intermediate in the long-transverse direction, and highest in the

direction.

20 40 60 80 ...

In general, reduction of area is lowest in the short-transverse direction,

intermediate in the long-transverse direction, and highest in the

**longitudinal**direction.

**Longitudinal**Transverse 70 1 * sŤ60 O Q> o 50 .2 40 O T3 or 30 20 020 40 60 80 ...

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Based on this linear relationship, the maximum

is given by the familiar equation from strength of materials, <TL - ^ (15-9) where c

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 surfaceis given by the familiar equation from strength of materials, <TL - ^ (15-9) where c

is 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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