slip line

slip line

[′slip ‚līn]
(crystallography)
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The conical shock interacts with the reattached shock on the blunt body shoulder, forming a slip line to match the transition between flow across two shock waves, which is exactly a shear layer due to viscosity.
As shown in Figure 1(b), if a potential slip surface in the upslope mass of the pile is assumed to be logarithmic spiral, the formula of the log-spiral slip line can be expressed as (see Notation for all symbol explanations)
"The one thing that can be guaranteed is McCoist will have Rangers fighting all the way to the finish to take any slip line and looking t full advantage of a up by Celtic.
The book covers the theory and application of such topics as limit analysis, slip line field theory, crystal plasticity, sheet and bulk metal forming, and the use of finite element analysis.
Analytical solutions to plastic contact problems are essentially confined to slip line th eories of rigid-perfectly plastic solids with simple geometries.
The Drucker-Prager yield criterion has successfully been used to describe the plastic behavior of plastics (8) and the slip line patterns around notch tips in plastics under remote tension and compression (9).
By televising the line, they found that the torpedo end of the slip line had not been cut off properly during installation, thus, blocking the opening of the pipeline and causing a backup.