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Modeling future behavior using past behavior is fraught with pitfalls. This is why we test large numbers of parts before turning the factory on and stocking the product in the warehouse. That said... In failure analysis, that dichotomy is called bimodality which reflects the fact that there are not one but two different possible failure modes that the parts ...


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Actually it is. When a material is loaded the stress state in the material is the same - it does not depend on the orientation that the stresses are analysed. Mohr's circle is a way of visualising a stress state at different orientations/planes. At yielding of the material, the stress state is that the maximum shear strength at yielding is equal to the ...


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