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Unformatted text preview: c) Ultimate Tensile Strength d) Percent Elongation e) Percent Reduction in Area f) Young’s Modulus g) Toughness h) Modulus of Resilience Notable Points on Stress-Strain Diagram: a) Yield Stress (no offset) b) Ultimate Tensile Strength c) Fracture Stress d) Offset Yield Stress: Used when material does NOT exhibit a sharp yield point Types of Deformation: a) Homogeneous Deformation: deformation uniform throughout the entire shaft. This type of deformation occurs from the origin to Ultimate Tensile Strength b) Onset of Plastic Instability: This occurs at the Ultimate Tensile Strength . Here, failure is initiated. c) Heterogeneous Deformation: Localized deformation at the middle of the specimen. This occurs from The Ultimate Tensile Strength to Point of Failure Working With a Strip Chart- ΔL = (crosshead velocity)(time)...
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- Fall '07
- Tensile strength