## Journal of the Franklin Institute, Volume 248Pergamon Press, 1949 |

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**ELASTIC LIMIT**As it was discussed before , the materials under discussion here have a stress - strain relationship such , that the elastic modulus dp / de = E. is constant below a certain stress value which is called the**elastic limit**...Page 116

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**Elastic Limit**, in Compression , of Infinite Bar ( Fig . 17 ) A simple problem will be analyzed , in which the impact stress is only slightly above the**elastic limit**, and in which the stress - strain rela- tion above the**elastic limit**...Page 121

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**elastic limit**, p2 = 3500 lb. in . - 2 , the stiffness factor is about 0.34 × 106 lb. in . - 2 . Therefore the analysis will be performed with a mean value E2 0.27 × 106 lb. in . - 2 , corresponding to values a2 18,000 in . sec . - 1 ...### Contents

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