## Introduction to Mechanics of Deformable Solids |

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300 , 000 18 Ni maraging steel 250 , 000 200 , 000 Otrue , psi 150 , 000 Low -

alloy

all the applications of metals to

...

300 , 000 18 Ni maraging steel 250 , 000 200 , 000 Otrue , psi 150 , 000 Low -

alloy

**structural**steel 100 . ... 6 “ True ” stress - strain curves in tension . in almostall the applications of metals to

**structures**and machines and so will not be given...

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7 Low - and medium - carbon

lines are simply the conglomeration of these unstable jumps and often appear

wavy when recorded during a test . Despite these peculiarities , it is permissible

and ...

7 Low - and medium - carbon

**structural**steel ( hot - rolled ) . zontal lower yieldlines are simply the conglomeration of these unstable jumps and often appear

wavy when recorded during a test . Despite these peculiarities , it is permissible

and ...

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Most

under load . The factor of safety to be employed as well as the working load is

under continual reexamination for the important classes of

machines .

Most

**structural**design involves far greater uncertainty in load and in behaviorunder load . The factor of safety to be employed as well as the working load is

under continual reexamination for the important classes of

**structures**andmachines .

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