## Treatise on Materials Science and Technology, Volume 2 |

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Here , Ty is the tensile “

the film plane . An expression for T , may similarly be written down . The letters u

and o represent respectively the shear modulus and Poisson ' s ratio of the film ...

Here , Ty is the tensile “

**stress**' in the x direction and Tx , the shear "**stress**” inthe film plane . An expression for T , may similarly be written down . The letters u

and o represent respectively the shear modulus and Poisson ' s ratio of the film ...

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This gives rise to a

flux line . Therefore , any flux line can interact para - and diaelastically with any

internal

This gives rise to a

**stress**field as well as to a change in elastic moduli around aflux line . Therefore , any flux line can interact para - and diaelastically with any

internal

**stress**field . Calculations on these grounds were performed first for a ...Page 333

This provides an effective means of eliminating cracking by cation substitutions .

There is another cause of

The concentration effect causes

a .

This provides an effective means of eliminating cracking by cation substitutions .

There is another cause of

**stress**, namely , the concentration or impurity effect .The concentration effect causes

**stress**through its effect on mismatches in a anda .

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