With contributions from 24 authorities from around the world, this handbook provides the most authoritative reference resource available on the impact of residual stresses on mechanical properties of materials and structures. You'll find detailed descriptions of a full range of measuring techniques, including hole drilling, layer removal, sectioning, X-ray diffraction, neutron diffraction, and ultrasonic methods. A variety of case studies which illustrate use of specific techniques are included to facilitate your understanding. Design and structural engineers, metallurgists, and material scientists will find a wealth of valuable information covering recent developments in residual stress measuring techniques, with guidelines provided for selecting the right measuring strategy for each specific application, and many helpful tips for improving quality control.... S.A. SET-X MEXSTRESS D1000 Instrument control/data reduction Computer type DEC-LS11/23 IBM PC/AT Motorola 68000 ... and RS232C RS232C Standard/other op RS-232C RS-232C Operating system RT-11 MS-DOS Proprietary Im.a.
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