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often quite useful. For brittle materials, the tensile strength is a valid criterion for

design.

specified plastic strain divided by the original cross-sectional area of the

specimen.

often quite useful. For brittle materials, the tensile strength is a valid criterion for

design.

**Yield Strength**The**yield strength**is the load corresponding to a smallspecified plastic strain divided by the original cross-sectional area of the

specimen.

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Figure 9-12 shows the variation of

centered cubic tantalum,1 tungsten, molybdenum, and iron and face-centered

cubic nickel. Note that the

temperature ...

Figure 9-12 shows the variation of

**yield strength**with temperature for body-centered cubic tantalum,1 tungsten, molybdenum, and iron and face-centered

cubic nickel. Note that the

**yield strength**of nickel increases with decreasingtemperature ...

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16-2). Note that most of the values of

126,000 to 134,000 psi. If the frequency of observations in each class interval is

expressed as a percentage of the total number of observations, the area under a

...

16-2). Note that most of the values of

**yield strength**fall within the interval from126,000 to 134,000 psi. If the frequency of observations in each class interval is

expressed as a percentage of the total number of observations, the area under a

...

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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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