strain hardening


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strain hardening

n
(Metallurgy) a process in which a metal is permanently deformed in order to increase its resistance to further deformation
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where [sigma] is flow stress, A is the yield stress at reference temperature and strain rate, B is the coefficient of strain hardening, n is the exponent of strain hardening, [epsilon] is the true strain, [?
LCB causes strain hardening and improves the melt strength of the PP.
Properties of strain hardening ultra high performance fiber reinforced concrete (UHP-FRC) under direct tensile loading, Cement & Concrete Composites 48: 56-66.
C is the strength coefficient and n is the strain hardening exponent.
In unirradiated material, the ductile response is explained by slips on the crystallographic planes, which causes strain hardening.
SABIC is delighted that the strain hardening test method has been laid down in ISO 18488.
5% mass was added to investigate the improvement of rolling contact fatigue in gear steel by nanosized precipitate which enhances the strain hardening behavior [8].
i) perfectly plastic (without strain hardening) and (ii) another with strain hardening were considered in the development of relations for mean load prediction.
In a recent Canadian case involving polyethylene polymers, the judge had to construe the following terms: "ethylene polymer composition," "comprising," "homogenously branched," "heterogeneously branched," "linear," "substantially linear," "slope of strain hardening coefficient" and "linear polymer fraction.
This element has the capability of large deformations, strain hardening and plasticity [7].