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Under these conditions, ET M A given by Eq. (11) may be sufficiently large so that

another type of dislocation with different

more favorable. Arguments of this type were first used by Rachinger and Cottrell[

27 ...

Under these conditions, ET M A given by Eq. (11) may be sufficiently large so that

another type of dislocation with different

**Burgers vector**may be energeticallymore favorable. Arguments of this type were first used by Rachinger and Cottrell[

27 ...

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The last term in Eq. (81) is related to the energy contribution from the applied

stress ta and for a circular crack is given by E^n^T^Rf (82b) i= i where bc is the

the ith ...

The last term in Eq. (81) is related to the energy contribution from the applied

stress ta and for a circular crack is given by E^n^T^Rf (82b) i= i where bc is the

**Burgers vector**associated with a single crack dislocation and Ri is the radius ofthe ith ...

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62 can be visualized as being generated by the motion of twinning dislocations

with a partial

plane. This is the same

type ...

62 can be visualized as being generated by the motion of twinning dislocations

with a partial

**Burgers vector**given by bT = |a0[l1l] on every successive (112)plane. This is the same

**Burgers vector**that produced the stacking fault in the B2type ...

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Introduction | 2 |

Formal Relations for Solutions | 3 |

Phase Relations | 12 |

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