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Vector quantities require three

tensors of the first rank. The number of

is 3", where n is the rank of the tensor.1 The elastic constant that relates stress

with ...

Vector quantities require three

**components**for their specification, so they aretensors of the first rank. The number of

**components**required to specify a quantityis 3", where n is the rank of the tensor.1 The elastic constant that relates stress

with ...

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Note that during the glide of the dislocation on the cross-slip plane only the screw

boundary between the slipped and unslipped region of a crystal, topographic ...

Note that during the glide of the dislocation on the cross-slip plane only the screw

**component**of the loop has moved. Because a dislocation represents theboundary between the slipped and unslipped region of a crystal, topographic ...

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Likewise the completely reversed portion of the creep strain range Aecc, is the

smaller of the two creep

or A£c/,. In any hysteresis cycle one but not both of these

Likewise the completely reversed portion of the creep strain range Aecc, is the

smaller of the two creep

**components**, i.e., Aece = CD. We now need to find Ae^.or A£c/,. In any hysteresis cycle one but not both of these

**components**will exist, ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

Stress and Strain Relationships for Elastic Behavior | 18 |

from Elastic Strains 213 Strain Energy 214 Anisotropy | 46 |

Metallurgical Fundamentals | 101 |

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