Published: Jan 1932
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At low and medium temperatures, a large number of metals and alloys seem endowed with perfect elasticity so far as light stresses are concerned; the deformation, almost proportional to the load, essentially disappears with it. The existence of solids strictly elastic has therefore been acknowledged and on this idea the whole theory of elasticity has been erected.
Civil Engineer of Mines, Professor at the École Nationale Supérieure des Mines de Saint-Etienne, Chief of the Department of Scientific Research of the Société Anonyme de Commentry-Fourchambault et Decaseville, Paris,