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Investigation of the mechanical properties

Material testing (metals) pp 5-54 | Cite as

Part of the Werkstattbücher book series (WERKSTATTBÜCHER, volume 34)

Summary

The loads placed on a workpiece can basically be divided into static and dynamic. In the case of static loading, the workpiece is subject to an even, static load, which means that the material can be subjected to tension, compression, bending, twisting or shear. In the case of dynamic stress, however, the essential thing is the change in the state of stress. This can appear as a change in the size of the load or the direction of attack of the load, as a swelling or changing load or as a shock.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Technical University of Berlin, Germany