Explain dynamic strain aging and strain aging, Physics

What is the difference among dynamic strain aging and strain aging?

Strain aging could be explained as " tear and normal wear " or the fatigue that is experienced under normal conditions, while Dynamic strain would be an out of the normal range stress condition like a one time over stress condition where the sum of much strain aging is experienced in one " dynamic" occurrence.

 

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