Strength of Materials

, Volume 31, Issue 5, pp 455–458 | Cite as

Experimental study of vector and scalar properties of 9Kh2 steel in deformation along flat curvilinear trajectories. Part 1. Logarithmic-spiral trajectories

  • V. V. Garanikov
  • V. G. Zubchaninov
  • N. L. Okhlopkov
Scientific and Technical Section


We report results of an experimental investigation of complex loading and unloading of 9Kh2 steel along logarithmic-spiral trajectories that was carried out using an SN-ÉVM computerized calculation and testing system. We consider the regularities of variation of vector and scalar properties of the material along these trajectories.


Deflection Angle Scalar Property Stress Vector 9Kh2 Steel Strain Vector 
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  • V. V. Garanikov
  • V. G. Zubchaninov
  • N. L. Okhlopkov

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