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A Literature Survey of the Combined Effects of Strain Rate and Elevated Temperature on the Mechanical Properties of Metals
Final technical rept. Oct 1971-Jun 1972
BROWN UNIV PROVIDENCE RI DIV OF ENGINEERING
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The report is a survey of the available literature on the observed effects of strain rate on the mechanical properties of metals at elevated temperatures. The range of strain rates included in this survey is from 0.0001 sec to 0.001sec, and the range of temperatures from room temperature up to the melting point. The compiled data and the reference sheets should be useful as a quick reference on the experimental investigations carried out to date in this field, as well as a source for quantitative information on the rate dependence of the mechanical properties of metals at elevated temperatures.
APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE