I Mechanical Fundamentals 1 Introduction 2 Stress and Strain Relationships for Elastic Behavior 3 Elements of the Theory of Plasticity II Metallurgical Fundamentals 4 Plastic Deformation of Single Crystals 5 Dislocation Theory 6 Strengthening Mechanisms 7 Fracture III Applications to Materials Testing 8 The Tension Test 9 The Hardness Test 10 The Torsion Test 11 Fracture Mechanics 12 Fatigue of Metals 13 Creep and Stress Rupture 14 Brittle Fracture and Impact Testing IV Plastic Forming of Metals 15 Fundamentals of Metalworking 16 Forging 17 Rolling of Metals 18 Extrusion 19 Drawing of Rods, Wires and Tubes 20 Sheet-Metal Forming 21 Maching of Metals Appendixes
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