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The development of the longitudinal residual-stress pattern was

2. Quenching a body from a high temperature to a lower temperature accentuates

the development of residual stresses because the greater temperature ...

The development of the longitudinal residual-stress pattern was

**shown in Fig**. 15-2. Quenching a body from a high temperature to a lower temperature accentuates

the development of residual stresses because the greater temperature ...

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Therefore, the shape of the pressure distribution is important because the

location of the resultant rolling load with respect to the roll centers determines the

torque and power required to produce the reduction. The area

Therefore, the shape of the pressure distribution is important because the

location of the resultant rolling load with respect to the roll centers determines the

torque and power required to produce the reduction. The area

**shown**shaded in**Fig**.Page 569

The high strain hardening that is encountered in the process

17a is reduced somewhat by the design

metal still goes through the same number of bends, the angle through which it

bends is ...

The high strain hardening that is encountered in the process

**shown in Fig**. 22-17a is reduced somewhat by the design

**shown in Fig**. 22-176. Although themetal still goes through the same number of bends, the angle through which it

bends is ...

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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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