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Starting at X and completing a counterclockwise circuit, we arrive at X\ one

atomic plane behind that containing X. In ... Every time a circuit is made around

the dislocation line, the end point is displaced one plane parallel to the

in the ...

Starting at X and completing a counterclockwise circuit, we arrive at X\ one

atomic plane behind that containing X. In ... Every time a circuit is made around

the dislocation line, the end point is displaced one plane parallel to the

**slip plane**in the ...

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For a single crystal loaded in tension or compression along its axis, m = cos d>

cos X. Hartley and Hirth2 have presented graphical methods of determining m for

any crystal orientation and

...

For a single crystal loaded in tension or compression along its axis, m = cos d>

cos X. Hartley and Hirth2 have presented graphical methods of determining m for

any crystal orientation and

**slip system**. It is observed experimentally that a single...

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This process can be repeated over and over again at a single source, each time

producing a dislocation loop which produces slip of one Burgers vector along the

This process can be repeated over and over again at a single source, each time

producing a dislocation loop which produces slip of one Burgers vector along the

**slip plane**. However, once the source is initiated it does not continue indefinitely.### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

Stress and Strain Relationships for Elastic Behavior | 18 |

from Elastic Strains 213 Strain Energy 214 Anisotropy | 46 |

Metallurgical Fundamentals | 101 |

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