In this paper the author reviews experimental data which is felt to be illustrative of time-dependent, high temperature deformation of metals and, therefore, instructive for the development of constitutive models. Issues addressed are the interrelation between time (strain rate) and temperature, the development of evolutionary equations for both isotropic and directional hardening and recovery, and the orientation of the inelastic strain rate with respect to stress during nonproportional loading.

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