Importance of Strain Hardening in Plastic Design

by Alexander P. Hrennikoff,

Serial Information: Journal of the Structural Division, 1965, Vol. 91, Issue 4, Pg. 23-34

Document Type: Journal Paper

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To be susceptible to plastic design, the material of a beam or a frame must not only possess the property of yielding but also that of strain hardening. This proposition, demonstrated earlier theoretically, is now confirmed by several tests involving I-and H-beams made of high strength aluminum alloy 65S-T6 (American designation 6061-T6), whose strain hardening rate is low.

Subject Headings: Plastic design | Material properties | Strain | Aluminum (material) | Alloys | Plasticity | Beams | Frames

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