Experiments on plastic deformation at finite strains
Experiments on plastic deformation at finite strains The strain hardening behavior of metals at large plastic strains is difficult to assess experimentally. Consequently, many different techniques have been used to study such behavior and no clear experimental picture has evolved. In this paper experiments are reviewed on finite plastic deformation with emphasis on work reported since the comprehensive review of Gil Sevillano, van Houtte, and Aernoudt. The macroscopic strain hardening behavior is the primary concern, but its dependence on crystal structure, purity, alloying, microstructure, stacking fault energy, grain size, and deformation mode, is also discussed.
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