strain hardening


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strain hardening

[′strān ‚härd·ən·iŋ]
(metallurgy)
Increasing the hardness and tensile strength of a metal by cold plastic deformation.
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strain hardening

The hardening of a metal produced by cold working it.
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(3), it can be seen that the exponent of strain hardening n is 0.9679, which exceeds the normal range (0-0.5).
where [[sigma].sub.sc,d] is the Von Mises equivalent flow stress of the corroded rebars (MPa), A is the yield stress at a given reference strain rate (MPa), B is the coefficient of strain hardening, C is the coefficient of strain rate hardening, n is the strain hardening exponent, e is the equivalent plastic strain, and [mathematical expression not reproducible] is the dimension less strain rate with [??] being the strain rate and [[??].sub.0] the reference strain rate.
Giannakopoulos, "Total deformation, plane-strain contact analysis of macroscopically homogeneous, compositionally graded materials with constant power-law strain hardening," Journal of Applied Mechanics, Transactions ASME, vol.
Effect of strain hardening on the elasto-plastic behavior of beams and grillages, Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers 28: 489-504.
The strain hardening test method, which SABIC says reduces the time and cost associated with getting material for plastic pressure pipes to market, was first launched in 2010.
(2006) indicated that critical stated model was capable of simulating strain hardening, softening, normal dilatancy and stress-path dependency of interface between sandy soil and structures during shearing.
During bending deformation hardening occurs only in small part of bend (in local deformation) of stamped part, in non-deformed parts (in straight parts of stamped part) deformation strain hardening doesn't occur.
Kunieda, "Evaluation of shear failure of strain hardening cementitious composite beams," in Proceedings of the 12th East Asia-Pacific Conference on Structural Engineeringand Construction (EASEC12 '11), vol.