A study of the effects of stress ratio and low temperature on the failure of mild steel cylinders
Risser, James B.
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This report covers the results of 35 tests of cylindricaql mild steel specimens under conditions of varying biaxial stress ratio and temperature. Behavior of test specimens is reports in the form of per cent elongation, per cent reduction in area, true and nominal fracture stresses, type of fracture, and temperature at fracture. Fracture data are plotted to permit derivation of the failure curve for the speciments tested under conditions of varying stress ratio and temperature.
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