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# Determine the critical resolved shear stress for an iron crystal which deforms by simultaneous slip on...

Determine the critical resolved shear stress for an iron crystal which deforms by simultaneous slip on (110) [111], (110) [111], (110)[111], and (110) [111] when the tensile stress along [010] is 95.2 MPa. {Manual calculations perfectly OK. But it would be good to do this on a spreadsheet.}

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