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ENGR302Wk4-1 - A critical resolved shear stress is always...

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California National University ENGR 302 Kathryn Toth Week #4 Assignment #1 3/14/2011 Chapter 7 Interactivity:
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7.1) The most densely packed system corresponds to the slip system for the simple cubic crystal structure. This would be the {100} plane in the [010] direction. 7.2) Resolved shear stress is the shear stress applied along a slip plane and in a slip direction. These exist at all angles except parallel and perpendicular to the stress direction.
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Unformatted text preview: A critical resolved shear stress is always the same for that material and is the amount of stress applied that begins to initiate slip. 7.4) No. For strain hardening to occur, plastic deformation must take place. Ceramic materials are brittle at room temperature and would fracture before any plastic deformation could occur....
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This note was uploaded on 03/18/2011 for the course ENGR 302 taught by Professor Clausson during the Spring '11 term at CNUAS.

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