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Laminated material is often used as insulation in an electrical device in such a way that a large component of the dielectric field passes through it parallel to its laminations. In present test methods dielectric loss measurements are made on such material with the dielectric field passing...
In order to observe the behavior of a material under various conditions of strain‐hardening, copper bars were tested in tension, in compression and in torsion. The results of the different tests were plotted on the same set of coordinates as a means of correlation. The shearing stress in the...
The stress‐strain relations for the cold working of the ductile metals are described for a group of cases assuming that the stresses under which they yield plastically depend only on the permanent parts of the strains, leaving out of the consideration the influence of the elasticity and of the...
In the preceding article we reviewed the classical theories of the solid state, and sketched an outline of the modern wave mechanical theory. We saw that the valence electrons of a solid occupy an energy spectrum composed of zones of energy levels, and that the observed differences among various...
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