Subject: The stress-strain curve for iron rises, then dips, and rises again.
Date: Sun Jan 27 16:56:52 2002
Posted by John
Grade level: teacher/prof
School: King Edward VII
City: Lytham State/Province: Lancashire
Area of science: Physics
The stress-strain curve for iron rises, then dips, and rises again. How is the
dip explained? Either the applied load decreased or the cross-sectional area of
the specimen increased. What is happening here?
Re: The stress-strain curve for iron rises, then dips, and rises again.
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