For the deformation model developed in Part I, material constants are calculated from standard test data on type 304 stainless steel. With them, simulations are made of various types of tests, including tensile tests, strain-rate sensitivity, creep tests with stress drops, strain-controlled cycling, and creep-fatigue interaction. The simulations show general agreement with the corresponding experimental data for type 304, but in a few respects, quantitative improvements are required. Implications of the strengths and weaknesses of the new model are discussed.

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