Wpływ Prędkości Odkształcania na Krzywa Umocnienia dla Aluminium
As a result of experiments the influence of strain-rate on the strain-hardening curve has been found to be nonexisting in a certain velocity range. Empirical relations have been obtained describing this phenomenon. The paper contains also a brief discussion of the results obtained from the viewpoint of tests by other authors and that of physics of metals.
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