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... following expressions for the elastic coefficients : ( 4.34 ) Cu = a / a ; C12 0 ;
044 B / 2a , We note that with only nearest neighbor forces on the central force
assumption ( B = 0 ) the simple cubic lattice does not possess any l.m + 1 , n + 1 1
- l ...
... following expressions for the elastic coefficients : ( 4.34 ) Cu = a / a ; C12 0 ;
044 B / 2a , We note that with only nearest neighbor forces on the central force
assumption ( B = 0 ) the simple cubic lattice does not possess any l.m + 1 , n + 1 1
- l ...
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( 4.35 ) X ( l , m , n ) X ( 1 , m , n ) = a [ u ( l + 1 , m , n ) + ull – 1 , m , n ) 2u ( 0 , m ,
n ) ] +8 [ ( 1 , m + 1 , m ) + 4 ( 1 , 1 , n ) + ull ... ду Cu = On comparing ( 4.36 ) with (
4.25 ) we find that the two equations are equivalent if we set ( a + 47 ) / a ; ( 4.37 )
...
( 4.35 ) X ( l , m , n ) X ( 1 , m , n ) = a [ u ( l + 1 , m , n ) + ull – 1 , m , n ) 2u ( 0 , m ,
n ) ] +8 [ ( 1 , m + 1 , m ) + 4 ( 1 , 1 , n ) + ull ... ду Cu = On comparing ( 4.36 ) with (
4.25 ) we find that the two equations are equivalent if we set ( a + 47 ) / a ; ( 4.37 )
...
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This process is followed in the hardening of steel , where particles of iron carbide
are precipitated into iron , and in hardening aluminum , where particles of Al , Cu
are precipitated . If L is the mean spacing of particles on a slip plane , the stress ...
This process is followed in the hardening of steel , where particles of iron carbide
are precipitated into iron , and in hardening aluminum , where particles of Al , Cu
are precipitated . If L is the mean spacing of particles on a slip plane , the stress ...
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DIFFRACTION OF XRAYS BY CRYSTALS | 44 |
CLASSIFICATION OF SOLIDS LATTICE ENERGY | 63 |
ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 85 |
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