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    How to use Weibull statistics?




    My problem is the following. I have the results of mechanical (tensile) tests performed at different temperatures. I found that below certain temperature metal breaks in the elastic region, while above it shows the yield stress and work hardening regime. So, how can I use Weibull statistics to explain the failure and non-failure of the material in the elastic region below and above that temperature, respectively?

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    Re: How to use Weibull statistics?


    What do you mean by 'Weibull statistics'?
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