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On Some Properties of Metals Under Complex Loading

Abirov Rustam

Abstract

Drucker’s Associated Law of yielding and gradient plasticity cannot always adequately reflect the processes of stress-strain state in deformable continua. Aim of this issue explains these effects via theory of complex loading processes by Ilyushin.


Keywords

Plasticity; Complex loading; Strain; Stress; Process

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18063/ijmp.v1i1.751
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