## Introduction to mechanics of deformable solids |

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Data on E

of Ductility of E-

vol. 39, p. 118-e. curves and the true stress-strain curves are indeed much as ...

Data on E

**steel**from D. C. Drucker, C. Mylonas, and G. Lianis, On the Exhaustionof Ductility of E-

**Steel**in Tension Following Compressive Pre-strain, Welding J.,vol. 39, p. 118-e. curves and the true stress-strain curves are indeed much as ...

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0.010 T 0.005 1000 2000 3000 Time, hr Fig. 4.14 Creep in shear. Data on C-Mo

with Tension Creep Tests on a Carbon-Molybdenum

0.010 T 0.005 1000 2000 3000 Time, hr Fig. 4.14 Creep in shear. Data on C-Mo

**steel**, F. L. Everett and C. L. Clark, Report on Torsion Creep Tests for Comparisonwith Tension Creep Tests on a Carbon-Molybdenum

**Steel**, Proc. ASTM, vol.Page 88

A. OFHC copper at 165°C B. 1020 HR

. C-Mo

in. wall thickness. 5.12 The

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A. OFHC copper at 165°C B. 1020 HR

**steel**at 800°F C. OFHC copper at 235°F D. C-Mo

**steel**at 800°F (Fig. 4.21) 5.11 Parts of Prob. 5.10 as assigned, but for a f-in. wall thickness. 5.12 The

**steel**pipe of Prob. 5.10B is cooled down to 40°F, and...

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