## Mechanical Behavior of Materials |

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stress during linear elastic tensile loading. As discussed in Chap. 2, there is a

fundamental basis — relating to chemical bond strength — that defines the form

of this ...

T.S.

**Equation**(1.3) (i.e., e = o7£) is a constitutive**equation**relating strain andstress during linear elastic tensile loading. As discussed in Chap. 2, there is a

fundamental basis — relating to chemical bond strength — that defines the form

of this ...

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However, for fracture taking place in fully brittle solids, there is little difference in

the stresses predicted by the two

tip in brittle solids; its radius of curvature is very small, on the order of the atomic ...

However, for fracture taking place in fully brittle solids, there is little difference in

the stresses predicted by the two

**equations**. This relates to the shape of the cracktip in brittle solids; its radius of curvature is very small, on the order of the atomic ...

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10.9 a Write an

incorporate a distance (rc) above and below the fracture plane in which

additional ...

10.9 a Write an

**equation**to describe "craze" toughening in a glassy polymer. The**equation**should contain the essential physics of toughening, and it shouldincorporate a distance (rc) above and below the fracture plane in which

additional ...

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### Contents

Overview of Mechanical Behavior l | 1 |

Toughening Mechanisms and the Physics of Fracture 454 | 10 |

Overview of Mechanical Behavior l | 18 |

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