Deformation and fracture mechanics of engineering materials
Updated to reflect recent developments in our understanding of deformation and fracture processes in structural materials. This completely revised reference includes new sections on isostress analysis, modulus of rupture, creep fracture micromechanicsms, and many more.
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Gleiter and Hornbogen40^14 and Ham45 reported the strengthening contribution
associated with this mechanism to be of the form t « 73/2(r//G)1/2 (4-18) where 7
= APB energy It is interesting to note that the passage of superlattice dislocation ...
7t= <8-34) '2t\x while it has been shown8 that V - f (8-35, Combining Eqs. 8-34
and 8-35 with 8-33, note that , * P fc^* (8-36, a/rn- Jo y x Note that 9 represents an
average value taken over the increment a, while K will vary with a because K is a
When the applied stress a <: avs, Eq. 8-47 reduces to «*~7fc) (8-48) By
rearranging Eq. 8-48 in the form of D(Klays)2, it is encouraging to note the
reasonably good agreement between Eqs. 8-48 and 8-40 (i.e., D = tt/8 — 1/tt). (
Note that 2 ry is ...
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