Accession Number : AD0261771

Title :   CERTAIN STRENGTH PROBLEMS OF SOLIDS (SELECTED ARTICLES)

Corporate Author : FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO

Report Date : 25 APR 1961

Pagination or Media Count : 1

Abstract : Contents: Time dependence of strength in various loading cycles; The effect of stress and strain on diffusion processes; Diffusion creep of powdered-metal specimens pressed from Fe powder; The effect of Al and Cu on the mechanism of Ni deformation; Examination of hydrogen embrittlement of 2-phase Ti alloys; Hydrogen embrittlement of steel as a function of the conditions of mechanical testing; The effect of the degree of purity on cold brittleness and other properties of Cr; Study of the size effect in steels of various strengths during plastic deformation and failure; Effect of a high deformation rate on mechanical properties of a V-95-type alloy after different stages of aging; Fatigue strength under repeated loading, as a function of specimen size; Fundamentals of the statistical theory of strength.

Descriptors :   *MATERIALS, *MECHANICAL PROPERTIES, *MECHANICS, *SOLIDS, ALLOYS, ALUMINUM, CELLULOSE, COPPER, CREEP, CRYSTAL LATTICES, CRYSTAL STRUCTURE, DEFORMATION, DIFFUSION, ELASTIC PROPERTIES, FAILURE (MECHANICS), FATIGUE (MECHANICS), FRACTURE (MECHANICS), GLASS, HEAT TREATMENT, HYDROGEN EMBRITTLEMENT, METALS, MICROSTRUCTURE, NICKEL, NICKEL ALLOYS, PHASE STUDIES, PHYSICAL PROPERTIES, PLASTIC PROPERTIES, PLASTICS, POWDER METALS, RUPTURE, STEEL, STRESSES, TEMPERATURE, THEORY, TIN

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE