The deformational process in which mineral grains behave like plastic and, when compressed or sheared, become flattened or elongate without cracking or breaking.
A permanent change in shape or size experienced by a solid subjected to stress. Plastic deformation is thus more severe than elasticdeformation.
Deformation that remains after the load causing it is removed. It is the permanent part of the deformation beyond the elastic limit of a material. It also is called plastic strain and plastic flow.
Deformation that remains after removal of the load or force that caused the deformation, or change of shape. Same as permanent deformation.
Atoms in a material are permanently rearranged due to a stress induced change. Removal of stress does not result in a restoration of the original shape.
Deformation beyond the elastic limits of the material creating irreversible effects; includes all kinds of mechanical damage. Plastic deformation is characterised by an abrupt `yield point' above which the flow is sudden.
A permanent strain that entails no rupture.
A permanent change in a substance's shape or volume that does not involve failure by fracture or rupture.
Permanent deformation, change of shape.
Deformation that does not reverse on removal of stress.
Change in dimensions under load that is not recovered when the load is removed. The creation of a permanent set in the material.
Permanent deformation (change in size or shape) of soft, but solid rock by folding or flowing without fracturing.
deformation that is permanent or nonrecoverable after release of the applied load.
The permanent (inelastic) distortion of metals under applied stresses that strain the material beyond its elastic limit.
permanent distortion of a material without fracturing it.
an objects ability to change shape under an additional amount of stress beyond its elastic limit before it breaks.
The change in dimensions of an object under load that is not recovered when the load is removed; opposed to elastic deformation.
materials remain deformed after a load is added and then removed.
Permanent distortion of a materials under the action of applied stresses. (Bending)
The deformation that remains after the load causing it has been removed. The permanent part of the deformation beyond the elastic limit of the material. Also called plastic strain and plastic flow.
The permanent deformation that occurs in the forming of metal after the elastic limits have been exceeded. See elastic limit and springback.
This is a permanent deformation in a tool substrate caused by a material's insufficient yield strength for an application. This is a typical tool failure mode. A material and/or heat treating change will be required.
Irreversible change in the shape of a material without fracture as the result of the force of compression or expansion.
The flow or distortion resulting in a permanent and irrecoverable change in shape or volume.
The application of stresses, which strain a metal material past its elastic boundary, resulting in a permanent distortion.
Permanent indentation on components resulting from stress.See also Deformation
Permanent deformation occurring in forming of metal after elastic limits have been exceeded under the action of applied stresses. The ability of metals to flow in a plastic manner without fracture is the fundamental basis for all metalforming processes.
Permanent distortion of a material under the action of applied pressure.