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The mathematical description of the

well developed as the description of elastic deformation by means of the theory of

elasticity because

The mathematical description of the

**plastic deformation**of metals is not nearly sowell developed as the description of elastic deformation by means of the theory of

elasticity because

**plastic deformation**is much more complicated than elastic ...Page 81

Chapter 4

The previous three chapters have been concerned with the phenomeno- Iogical

description of the elastic and plastic behavior of metals. It has been shown that ...

Chapter 4

**PLASTIC DEFORMATION**OF SINGLE CRYSTALS 4-1. IntroductionThe previous three chapters have been concerned with the phenomeno- Iogical

description of the elastic and plastic behavior of metals. It has been shown that ...

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Chapter 5

1. Introduction The previous chapter considered the

metallic single crystals in terms of the movement of dislocations and the basic ...

Chapter 5

**PLASTIC DEFORMATION**OF POLYCRYSTALLINE AGGREGATES 5-1. Introduction The previous chapter considered the

**plastic deformation**ofmetallic single crystals in terms of the movement of dislocations and the basic ...

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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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