Model of the Plastic Zone at the Point of Intersection of Microplastic Deformation Lines
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A small-scale plastic zone at the point of intersection of microplastic deformation lines is identified. The problem on the plastic zone is reduced to a symmetric elasticity problem for a plane with four tangential displacement discontinuity lines emerging from this point. Two of them are semi-finite, while the other two are of finite length. The exact solution of the problem is found using the Wiener–Hopf method.
Keywordssmall-scale plastic zone intersection of microplastic deformation lines tangential displacement discontinuity lines Wiener–Hopf method
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