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MCE 230 Materials Science Fall 2010 Lecture - 19
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Mechanical Properties of Metals
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Stress and Strain Engineering Stress: instantaneous load applied to a cross section (the original cross sectional area Ao is used for calculation) 1. Normal stress (tensile or compression) 2. Shear stress
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Stress and Strain
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Unformatted text preview: 1. Normal stress (tensile or compression) 2. Shear strain  True stress: instantaneous load applied to a cross section (the instantaneous cross sectional area Ao is used for calculation) 1. True stress 2. True strain Conversions: True Stress and Strain Stress-Strain Behavior...
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