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Typical engineering stress-strain curve for at a nominal strain rate of in compression.
Displacement as a function of time in serrated region obtained from the BMG at a strain rate of ; (a) and (b) show typical serration profiles in stage 1 and stage 2, respectively.
Dependence of (a) displacement burst size and (b) shear-band propagating speed as a function of compressive strain for at a nominal strain rate of .
Relationship of compressive plastic stain and kinetic energy stored during each serration in different alloy systems (Zr-, Pd-, Cu-, Au-, and Mg-based BMGs) at a low strain rate of .
Comparison of first burst occurrence level, the average shear-band propagating speed, and the plastic strain obtained from the ductile Pd-based and brittle Mg-based BMGs compressed at a low strain rate of . denotes the stress level where the stress-strain curve reaches an apparent steady state after yielding.
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