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Plasticity in engineering.

F K T van Iterson

Plasticity in engineering.

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Number of Pages174
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Johnson, W. (William), Engineering plasticity. London, New York, Van Nostrand Reinhold Co. [].


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plasticity definition: 1. the quality of being soft enough to be changed into a new shape 2. the quality of being soft. Learn more. This book gives an introduction to computational plasticity and includes the kinematics of large deformations, together with relevant continuum mechanics.

Central to the book is its focus on computational plasticity, and we cover an introduction to the finite element method which includes both quasi-static and dynamic problems.

We then go on to describe explicit and implicit implementations of. Plasticity is what happens when stress is applied to a material beyond the yield point, σ Y (sigma, subscript Y).

Plasticity includes all of the behaviors beyond elasticity, including (generally in order) yielding, strain hardening, and necking, and ends in the failure of the material.

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