## Physical Properties of Crystals: Their Representation by Tensors and Matrices |

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The y's are often called the '

simply the '

additional factors of 2, they are not equal to the off -diagonal components of the

strain ...

The y's are often called the '

**shear**components of strain', the '**shear**strains', orsimply the '

**shears**', but it is to be clearly understood that, on account of theadditional factors of 2, they are not equal to the off -diagonal components of the

strain ...

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Plane strain and pure

be in a state of plane strain. Pure

strain tensor for a pure

Referred to ...

Plane strain and pure

**shear**. When one principal strain is zero a body is said tobe in a state of plane strain. Pure

**shear**is a special case of plane strain. Thestrain tensor for a pure

**shear**about Ox3 has the form 10 € 01. e 0 0 0 0 0jReferred to ...

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Strain, 93-109. and crystal symmetry, 104. ellipsoid, 101-2. energy, 136-7.

engineering strains, 102. one-dimensional, 93. plane strain, 103. principal axes

of, 100. principal strains, 100. pure

Strain, 93-109. and crystal symmetry, 104. ellipsoid, 101-2. energy, 136-7.

engineering strains, 102. one-dimensional, 93. plane strain, 103. principal axes

of, 100. principal strains, 100. pure

**shear**, 103. quadric, 100-2.**shear**strain, 102.### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

THE GROUNDWORK OF CRYSTAL PHYSICS | 3 |

EQUILIBRIUM PROPERTIES | 51 |

ELECTRIC POLARIZATION | 68 |

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