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STUDIES IN LARGE PLASTIC FLOW AND FRACTURE :With Special Emphasis on the Effects of Hydrostatic Pressure

During experiments extending over decades at the impression of
high hydrostatic strain on the homes of topic, in which the pres-
sures have been usually intentionally driven to the breaking aspect of the con-
tainers, I have had celebration to discover many fractures below strange
conditions. those fractures have been usually of an unanticipated nature and
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understanding higher the character of either the phenomena of fracture less than
conditions of excessive rigidity and the phenomena of the huge plastic stream
which frequently precedes such fractures. A quantity of those investigations
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narrower diversity of stipulations extra frequently encountered in useful
situations.

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M = ~Pl M fc : d = Pr Tc = the stress on the material in = the turning moment in inch or foot Ibs. ; pounds per square inch so the ideal (M t)s = '625 bending moment M t + -6 M, = (if, as usually the case, ; M < M 4 d) W)fc. Example. An engine with piston 15|" diameter, stroke 27J", p = 103 Ibs. per square inch, P = 20064 Ibs. , or 340600 inch Ibs. + 20064 x "6 x 13'75) The stress on the metal may be taken as k = 9960 per square inch, this gives the resistance moment W= -1

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B length of pin in inches. P = maximum then The stress k made M = P ~ = Wk = may per square inch. , -1 dWfe. Fig. 175. be taken as from 6,720 to 11,200 Ibs. or 3 to 5 tons In order to avoid heating, the crank pin is usually larger than given by the above formula. Let p p -j the pres- sure per square inch in Ibs. on the surface of the crank pin v = ~= 1 speed of crank pin surface in feet 1. miatrtc, then for p ^ 1,130 Ibs. per square inch vp < 845. workmanship we may go higher see table on ordinary workmanship With very high class : page 63.

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