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Stress and Strain Relationships for Elastic Behavior
Elements of the Theory of Plasticity
Plastic Deformation of Single Crystals
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alloys amount angle applied atoms bending boundaries brittle called cent component compressive considered constant container crack creep crystal curve decrease deformation depends determined developed diameter direction dislocation distribution drawing ductile edge effect elastic energy equal equation expressed extrusion factor failure fatigue Figure flow force forging forming fracture frequently friction given grain grain boundaries greater hardening hardness important increase indicates lattice length load lower material maximum mean measured mechanical metal method normal notch observed obtained occurs operation orientation plane plastic possible pressure principal produced properties ratio reduction region relationship residual stresses rolling shear stress sheet shown shows slip slip plane solute specimen steel strain strength structure surface temperature tensile tension theory thickness tion Trans transition true tube usually yield yield stress York