Plastic material and rigid plastic material, Mechanical Engineering

Plastic material and rigid plastic material:

For the plastic material, there is stress at which plastic deformation begins. A rigid plastic material is one in which the elastic and time dependent deformations can be neglected. The deformation remains even after the release of stress.

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