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dislocations, plus terms expressing the ... Figure 6-1 1 shows a

moving in the direction of its Burgers vector under the influence of a uniform

shear stress r.

many

**dislocation lines**is the sum of the strain energies of the individualdislocations, plus terms expressing the ... Figure 6-1 1 shows a

**dislocation line**moving in the direction of its Burgers vector under the influence of a uniform

shear stress r.

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locations into partial dislocations produces two elastically bound dislocations

with a substantial edge component. Cottrell and Bilby have shown that in time t

the number of solute atoms, n(t), that migrate to a unit length of

from a ...

locations into partial dislocations produces two elastically bound dislocations

with a substantial edge component. Cottrell and Bilby have shown that in time t

the number of solute atoms, n(t), that migrate to a unit length of

**dislocation line**from a ...

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can proceed at a stress lower than that given by Eq. (6-26). This is the origin of

the upper yield point in the stress-strain curve. When an external force tries to

move ...

**dislocation line**is pulled free from the field of influence of the solute atoms, slipcan proceed at a stress lower than that given by Eq. (6-26). This is the origin of

the upper yield point in the stress-strain curve. When an external force tries to

move ...

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### Contents

Introduction | 3 |

Stress and Strain Relationships for Elastic Behavior | 17 |

Elements of the Theory of Plasticity | 54 |

Copyright | |

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