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Plastic Deformation in Single and Polycrystalline
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alloys applied stress atomic behavior brittle fracture Burgers vector ceramics Chap Coble creep composite crack advance crack growth crack propagation crack tip crack-growth rates craze creep fracture creep rate crystalline cyclical decreases diffusion diffusional discussed dislocation density dislocation glide dislocation motion displacement ductile ductile fracture edge dislocation effect embrittlement energy example fatigue fiber FIGURE flow stress fracture mechanism fracture mechanism map fracture modes fracture toughness glass grain boundaries hardening high-temperature hydrogen illustrated in Fig increases initial length linear elastic low temperatures martensite material material's matrix metals microcracks microscopic Mode II fracture modulus nucleation occurs particle plastic deformation plastic flow plastic strain polymers power-law creep region result schematically screw dislocation shear stress shown in Fig single crystals slip plane slip systems solids steel strain rate stress amplitude stress intensity stress levels stress-strain curve structure superplastic takes place tensile stress transition values viscoelastic viscous void growth yield strength