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that block dislocation motion, are usually brittle rather than ductile.
StressStrain Relationships
Defining Yield Stress and Failure Stress (Strength)
Jun 4, 2011 yield stress and strength will now be sought. Yield Stress Definition. Consider a typical, ductile material stress strain curve as shown in Fig.
A typical stress strain curve for a ductile material is shown in Figure 2. Figure 2. Typical stress-strain curve for a ductile material.
Bone Quality. Elasticity and Strength
According to these curves, the bone counts among brittle materials.

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Figure 3 Typical Ductile Material Stress-Strain Curve
Figure 4 Typical Brittle Material Stress-Strain Curve
Stress-Strain Curve for Ductile Material - INVSEE
Young's Modulus also known as the Elasticity Modulus of a material is the ratio of the stress versus the strain within the Elastic region.
that block dislocation motion, are usually brittle rather than ductile.

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