## Treatise on materials science and technology, Volume 1 |

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global topological and metric properties of the system, and analyzes the

dynamics by applying

second is based upon the growth path envelope concept, and requires the

determination of ...

global topological and metric properties of the system, and analyzes the

dynamics by applying

**displacement**equations from integral geometry. Thesecond is based upon the growth path envelope concept, and requires the

determination of ...

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in the aa interfaces. Equations similar to those derived in Appendix A may be

written relating the

geometric properties of the structure. In deriving these equations, it is necessary

to assume ...

in the aa interfaces. Equations similar to those derived in Appendix A may be

written relating the

**displacement**of this triple line to changes in the totalgeometric properties of the structure. In deriving these equations, it is necessary

to assume ...

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The Change in Line length The length of the element dL before its

may be expressed in terms of its local curvature and the angle subtended by its

normals, see Fig. B-lb: dL = rd6 After

The Change in Line length The length of the element dL before its

**displacement**may be expressed in terms of its local curvature and the angle subtended by its

normals, see Fig. B-lb: dL = rd6 After

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