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defines the magnitude and direction of slip. Therefore, it is the most characteristic

feature of a dislocation. It has already been shown that for a pure edge ...

**Burgers Vector**and the Dislocation Loop The**Burgers vector**b is the vector whichdefines the magnitude and direction of slip. Therefore, it is the most characteristic

feature of a dislocation. It has already been shown that for a pure edge ...

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Slip plane Burgers vectar ordinarily take the form of curves or loops, which in

three dimensions form an interlocking dislocation network. In considering a ...

Note, however, that the

loop.

Slip plane Burgers vectar ordinarily take the form of curves or loops, which in

three dimensions form an interlocking dislocation network. In considering a ...

Note, however, that the

**Burgers vector**is the same along the entire dislocationloop.

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The criterion for deciding whether or not dissociation will occur is based1 on the

fact that the strain energy of a dislocation is proportional to the square of its

when 6i2 ...

The criterion for deciding whether or not dissociation will occur is based1 on the

fact that the strain energy of a dislocation is proportional to the square of its

**Burgers vector**. Therefore, the dissociation reaction bi — > b2 + b3 will occurwhen 6i2 ...

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### Contents

Stress and Strain Relationships for Elastic Behavior | 17 |

Elements of the Theory of Plasticity | 54 |

Plastic Deformation of Single Crystals | 81 |

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