Deformation and Fracture Mechanics of Engineering Materials / Edition 5by Richard W. Hertzberg, Richard P. Vinci, Jason L. Hertzberg
Pub. Date: 04/17/2012
This popular text/reference has been updated to reflect recent developments in the understanding of deformation and fracture processes in structural materials. This edition contains 1200+ references, 20 new example problems, approximately 40 additional homework problems and 50 more figures. Features new sections on isostress analysis, the modulus of rupture, plastic anisotropy, creep fracture micromechanisms and procedures for the avoidance of fatigue damage. Includes fresh analytical material on the Weibull analysis of the statistical nature of fracture and the generation of thermal stresses and thermal shock-induced fracture.
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Table of Contents
Tensile Response of Materials.
Elements of Dislocation Theory.
Slip and Twinning in Crystalline Solids.
Strengthening Mechanisms in Metals.
High-Temperature Deformation Response of Crystalline Solids.
Deformation Response of Engineering Plastics.
FRACTURE MECHANICS OF ENGINEERING MATERIALS.
Fracture: An Overview.
Elements of Fracture Mechanics.
Transition Temperature Approach to Fracture Control.
Microstructural Aspects of Fracture Toughness.
Cyclic Stress and Strain Fatigue.
Fatigue Crack Propagation.
Analyses of Engineering Failures.
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