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29 mm. In stage Ⅱ, some shear bands are initiated from the surfaces of the specimen. 4 mm. 75 mm, stage Ⅲ, stable plastic deformation is exhibited during which the widths of the shear band regions on both tensile and Advanced Materials Research Vol. 939 35 compressive sides have similar increasing rates. 75 mm, more shear bands on the tensile sides are found, as shown in Fig. 3(b), which eventually results in the fracture of the bending specimen. (a) WT Shear band region WC Load Width of the shear band region (µm) (b) Ⅲ Ⅱ Ⅰ Ⅳ Fig.