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Depending on the shape of 23 APPLIED ELASTO-PLASTICITY OF SOLIDS the indenter, hardness tests are divided into three groups, that is, (a) Brinell, (b) Vickers and (c) Rockwell. 14a). 7) Although, by definition, the units are those of stress, we must remember that BH does not represent the stress suffered by the material because curved and not projected area is used. The usual range of loads, which depends on the material tested, lies between 30 and 3000 kg. 14b). 14 VH is defined as the ratio of the force applied to the projected area of the indentation.
These 'remnant' stresses are known as the residual stresses and although the net effect of their presence insofar as the equilibrium of the body is concerned is nil, their existence is revealed when the physical state of the material is altered, even slightly, either by mechanical means or by heat treatment. In either case, if the stresses are sufficiently high originally they can cause distortion of the shape of the element when relieved . 1 General comments Unlike the concept of stress, deformation is an observable and measurable physical phenomenon that for reasons of generalisation is normally expressed in terms of strain .
Applied Elasto-plasticity of Solids by T. Z. Blazynski