## Treatise on Materials Science and Technology, Volume 1 |

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... is a major parameter in the interface relaxation situation and that 18 . )

increases , AY increases , AG max

TILLER.

... is a major parameter in the interface relaxation situation and that 18 . )

increases , AY increases , AG max

**decreases**and Yedge**decreases**as AH / kTe**decreases**. V . Kinetics In this area , our qualitative understanding 58 W . A .TILLER.

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We know that as AHRT

and ye

greatly , i ...

We know that as AHRT

**decreases**, the interface diffuseness increases ; both yand ye

**decrease**so that the rate of molecular attachment increases ( ATK )**decreases**for fixed V ) and the anisotropy of the attachment kinetics increasesgreatly , i ...

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of the strength maximum , the length of the critical crack for fracture instability

increase is partly due to the rise in the composite strength with increasing m . As

the ...

of the strength maximum , the length of the critical crack for fracture instability

**decreases**with increasing exponent m ( decreasing element variability ) . Thisincrease is partly due to the rise in the composite strength with increasing m . As

the ...

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