Application to Mechanical Behavior of Metals
Part of the International Centre for Mechanical Sciences book series (CISM, volume 77)
In Part I of this work, a theory of viscoplasticity (of which the theory of plasticity was a part) was developed on the basis of the concept that the current state of stress is a functional of the entire history of deformation and temperature,
but the history was defined with respect to a time scale which is in itself a property of the material at hand.
KeywordsMechanical Behavior Bauschinger Effect Strain History Copper Crystal Tensile Response
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