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B. Climb of Edge Dislocations Edge dislocation motion of the type illustrated in
Fig. 3.3 is called glide, and is referred to as conservative motion. This dislocation
can also move by climb, a form of nonconservative motion. Nonconservative ...
The stages of composite behavior described above are illustrated schematically
in Figs. 6.4a and b. Figure 6.4a is appropriate when only the first two stages of
composite deformation are observed, and Fig. 6.4b illustrates composite ...
The extremes of this variation are illustrated schematically in Fig. 9.3. Figure 9.3a
illustrates the case when fracture takes place prior to the onset of macroscopic
yielding; the fracture process occurs by the tensile separation of atomic bonds ...
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Plastic Deformation in Single and Polycrystalline
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