Fundamental Concepts in Stress Analysis
In this chapter the basic theorems of linear elasticity are reviewed, and some fundamental definitions in plasticity theory are discussed. These concepts form the basis of all types of stress analysis, and will be utilized in subsequent chapters for the analysis of the deformation distributions that cause residual stress fields.
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