Analysis of pulse current-induced tensile stress relaxation
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A procedure is offered and results of experimental evaluation of high-density pulse current effects on electrical resistance and relaxation of tensile elastic stresses are presented for a number of metallic materials. Based on analysis of experimental data, plastic strain rates are shown to be influenced by tensile stresses, current density, and temperature.
Keywordspulse current relaxation tensile stresses resistivity current density
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