Dislocation dynamics and plasticity
This textbook gives a clear, well-illustrated account of the current understanding of the physics of plasticity. The plastic deformation of various types of crystals over a wide range of temperature is treated in terms of dynamical properties of dislocations. Special effects of plasticity, e.g. softening of metals at the superconducting transition and photoplastic effects in semiconducting crystals, are emphasized, as well as creep deformation in metals and composite materials.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Dislocations and Their Fundamental Properties
Motion of Dislocations in Soft Metals
of Moving Dislocations
10 other sections not shown
Other editions - View all
Acta Metall activation energy alloys applied stress athermal atomic rows bcc metals Burgers vector climb computer simulation concentration creep deformation decreases deformation mechanism dislocation core dislocation density dislocation line dislocation motion dislocation velocity distribution edge dislocation effective stress elastic electron equation Figure flow stress frictional force function given glide plane hard phase hardening high temperatures high-temperature deformation II-VI compounds increases Inst interaction energy internal structure kink migration lattice diffusion line tension low temperatures modulus motion of dislocations moving dislocation obtained Orowan stress particles Peierls potential Peierls stress phonons photoplastic effect Phys plastic deformation plastic strain rate point obstacles power law recovery resistance screw dislocation semiconducting crystals shear stress shown in Fig shows slip plane slip system soft phase solute atoms specimen steady-state strain rate strength stress change stress exponent stress-strain curve Suzuki temperature dependence temperature region tensile theory vacancy Weertman yield stress Yoshinaga zincblende