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The

same stress is called the cycle

overstress may be evaluated by the reduction in fatigue life at the test stress.

The

**ratio**of the cycles of overstress at the prestress to the virgin fatigue life at thissame stress is called the cycle

**ratio**. The damage produced by a cycle**ratio**ofoverstress may be evaluated by the reduction in fatigue life at the test stress.

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depended chiefly on the bite

often is expressed in terms of the "spread law' (16-20) (16-21) where y3= spread

...

depended chiefly on the bite

**ratio**b/w0 according to 1 + b/w0 Equation (16-17)often is expressed in terms of the "spread law' (16-20) (16-21) where y3= spread

**ratio**= Wj/W0 Y = squeeze**ratio**= hl/h0 There are certain limiting ranges of these...

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Grinding

volume of wheel wear. It is a measure of ease of grinding or grindability. The

higher the G

Grinding

**ratio**(G**ratio**) is the volume of material removed from the work per unitvolume of wheel wear. It is a measure of ease of grinding or grindability. The

higher the G

**ratio**the easier a material is to grind. The G**ratio**depends on the ...### 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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alloy angle annealed ASTM atoms axes axis behavior billet brittle fracture Burgers vector cold-worked components compression constant crack creep cycles decrease determined diameter direction dislocation line ductile edge dislocation elastic elongation embrittlement energy engineering equation extrusion factor failure fatigue limit fibers Figure flow curve flow stress force forging friction given grain boundaries hot-working hydrostatic increase indentation lattice length load machining martensite material matrix maximum measured mechanical metallurgy Metals Park modulus necking notch occurs particles percent plane strain plane-strain plastic deformation plastic strain pressure produce properties ratio recrystallization reduction region residual stresses rolling screw dislocation shear stress sheet shown in Fig slip plane slip systems Society for Metals specimen steel strain hardening strain rate stress-strain curve structure surface temperature tensile strength tensile stress tension test tensor thickness tool torsion Trans usually velocity workpiece yield strength yield stress