Micromechanics of Advanced Materials: A Symposium in Honor of Professor James C.M. Li's 70th Birthday : Proceedings of a Symposium
S. N. G. Chu
Minerals, Metals & Materials Society, 1995 - Science - 576 pages
This book documents the latest advancements in the following four areas: intermetallics, microstructure effects, fatigue and fracture, and composites, where Professor James C.M. Li has made many significant contributions.
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QUANTUM THEORY OF DISLOCATION MOTION IN METALS
MEASURES BY MOBILITY OF BLOCH WALLS AND DISLOCATIONS
MOUTIERS THEOREM AND DISLOCATION FIELD
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