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Elastic Energy Release from Slip Bands During Fracture
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10.It should be noted that stresses still exist in the vicinity of the slip band, These stresses were ignored in the above calculations because of their complexity and small value.8
11.J. J. Gilman in Progress in Ceramic Science, edited by J. E. Burke (Pergamon Press, New York, 1961), Vol. 1, p. 146.
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