## Mechanical Behavior of Materials |

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SECTION 1.3 Permanent Deformation □-FIA, <«) (/» Figure 1.12 (a) Resolution

of a

6 to the tensile axis. The shear force on this plane is equal to F sin 6, and the ...

SECTION 1.3 Permanent Deformation □-FIA, <«) (/» Figure 1.12 (a) Resolution

of a

**tensile stress**into a shear and a**tensile stress**on a plane rotated by an angle6 to the tensile axis. The shear force on this plane is equal to F sin 6, and the ...

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The diagram is laid out so that the stress a, (the only principal stress in the case

of a tensile test) is marked on the

magnitude ct, is drawn. To determine the stress state in a plane rotated by the ...

The diagram is laid out so that the stress a, (the only principal stress in the case

of a tensile test) is marked on the

**tensile stress**axis. A circle of diameter havingmagnitude ct, is drawn. To determine the stress state in a plane rotated by the ...

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The shear stress-shear strain rate behavior of the matrix is described by an

equation analogous to Eq. (1.14), i.e., t = KT(yf. Thus, the ... The variation of the

fiber

6.26a.

The shear stress-shear strain rate behavior of the matrix is described by an

equation analogous to Eq. (1.14), i.e., t = KT(yf. Thus, the ... The variation of the

fiber

**tensile stress**with position along the fiber is illustrated schematically in Fig.6.26a.

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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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