linear hardening 
Basic spacetime features of strain localization at the stages of yield plateau, easy glide, and linear hardening are established.


Stress field near an interface edge of linear hardening materials


The domain region of the elasticplastic singular stress becomes larger with the increasing of the linear hardening coefficient.


When the linear hardening coefficient decreases to a certain value, the effective stress in most of the yield zone equals approximately the yield stress.


Either linear hardening or power law hardening uniaxial stressstrain curves are assumed in the analysis.


Both power hardening and linear hardening models are considered.


The hardening law under consideration is a nonlinear generalization of linear hardening frequently used by experimenters.


The results are applied amongst others to the variational problems for linear elasticity, the pLaplace operator, Hencky elastoplasticity with linear hardening and for scalar and vectorial twowell potentials (compatible case).


An analysis of the shear failure of rigidlinear hardening beams under impulsive loading


The derived general expressions are specialized to the particular cases of point location scale linear elastic and elasticplastic constitutive equations, related to associated DruckerPrager with linear hardening.


It is shown that linear hardening can be explained by recourse to the strain invariance of the geometrical pattern of the dislocation network.


The material is assumed to be governed by the deformation theory of plasticity with linear hardening characteristic.


As expected, findings presented here share many similarities with those reported in the first part of this study [5] for crack growth in linear hardening solids.


Analytical forms of higherorder asymptotic elasticplastic cracktip fields in a linear hardening material under antiplane shea


An analytical study of the higherorder asymptotic solutions of the stress and strain fields near the tractionfree crack tip under antiplane shear in a linear hardening material is investigated.


Mode III crack growth in linear hardening materials with strain gradient effects


A linear hardening model together with a linear elastic background material is first used to discuss some aspects of the mathematical and physical limitations and constraints on cohesive laws.


The Tresca and MohrCoulomb yield surfaces with perfectly plastic and linear hardening rules are considered in detail.


It is used to identify return paths in stress space for the Tresca and MohrCoulomb yield surfaces with perfectly plastic and linear hardening rules.


Joints of sandlime mortar subject to axial thrust and moment are found experimentally to yield under very small loads, and to follow a linear hardening rule beyond the yield point.

