The Monkman-Grant and the modified Monkman-Grant relationships are shown to be a consequence of a simple mathematical analysis of the strain rate-time curves and of a smoothing-out of the scattering in the results produced by the double-logarithmic representation. The analysis is applied to experimental data obtained in Zircaloy-4 and in stainless steel AISI 304.
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Povolo, F. Comments on the Monkman-Grant and the modified Monkman-Grant relationships. J Mater Sci 20, 2005–2010 (1985). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01112283
- Experimental Data
- Stainless Steel
- Mathematical Analysis
- Steel AISI