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H. Habig and D. Klaffke. Photo by BAM Berlin/Germany. 22 Sequence of events in necking and fracture of a tensile-test specimen: (a) early stage of necking; (b) small voids begin to form within the necked region; (c) voids coalesce, producing an internal crack; (d) the rest of the cross-section begins to fail at the periphery, by shearing; (e) the final fracture surfaces, known as cup- (top fracture surface) and cone- (bottom surface) fracture. 23 Schematic illustration of the deformation of soft and hard inclusions and of their effect on void formation in plastic deformation.

R. Mitchell. 29 Residual stresses developed in bending a beam having a rectangular cross-section. Note that the horizontal forces and moments caused by residual stresses in the beam must be balanced internally. Because of nonuniform deformation during metalworking operations, most parts develop residual stresses. 30 Distortion of parts, with residual stresses, after cutting or slitting: (a) flat sheet or plate; (b) solid round rod; (c) think-walled tubing or pipe. 1 Specific strength (tensile strength/density) and specific stiffness (elastic modulus/density) for various materials at room temperature.

T. Yang. 14 Chart for converting various hardness scales. Note the limited range of most scales. Because of the many factors involved, these conversions are approximate. 15 Typical S-N curves for two metals. Note that, unlike steel, aluminum does not have an endurance limit. 16 Ratio of endurance limit to tensile strength for various metals, as a function of tensile strength. Because aluminum does not have an endurance limit, the correlation for aluminum are based on a specific number of cycles, as is seen in Fig.

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