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maximum shear stress reaches a critical value equal to the shearing

in a uniaxial tension test. From Eq. (2-15), the maximum shear stress is given by

Tinax ' 2 (3- 7) where a\ is the algebraically largest and <r3 is the algebraically ...

maximum shear stress reaches a critical value equal to the shearing

**yield stress**in a uniaxial tension test. From Eq. (2-15), the maximum shear stress is given by

Tinax ' 2 (3- 7) where a\ is the algebraically largest and <r3 is the algebraically ...

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<r„ = 4= [('i - + (°* - °,Y + ("3 - *i)2]w (3-12) V2 According to this criterion, yielding

will occur when the differences between the principal stresses expressed by the

right-hand side of the equation exceed the

<r„ = 4= [('i - + (°* - °,Y + ("3 - *i)2]w (3-12) V2 According to this criterion, yielding

will occur when the differences between the principal stresses expressed by the

right-hand side of the equation exceed the

**yield stress**in uniaxial tension, <r0.Page 202

Microcracks occur only in regions which have undergone discontinuous

as a result of being loaded through the upper

drops in region C, eventually the fracture

lower ...

Microcracks occur only in regions which have undergone discontinuous

**yielding**as a result of being loaded through the upper

**yield**point. As the temperaturedrops in region C, eventually the fracture

**stress**drops to a value equal to thelower ...

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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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