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

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The displacement equations for moving

be applied to the study of the impingement of growing particles. Particle

impingement occurs when two moving a/? surfaces meet. In general this results

in either ...

The displacement equations for moving

**triple lines**in grain boundaries may alsobe applied to the study of the impingement of growing particles. Particle

impingement occurs when two moving a/? surfaces meet. In general this results

in either ...

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

written relating the displacement of this

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 displacement

may be expressed in terms of its local ... 5(dL) = (r + dn)dO - rdd = dndd 5(dL) =

dn(l/r)rdd (B-2) 5(dL) = dnkdL where k is the local curvature of the

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

may be expressed in terms of its local ... 5(dL) = (r + dn)dO - rdd = dndd 5(dL) =

dn(l/r)rdd (B-2) 5(dL) = dnkdL where k is the local curvature of the

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