Dislocation Dynamics and Plasticity [E-Book] / by Taira Suzuki, Shin Takeuchi, Hideo Yoshinaga.
Suzuki, Taira, (author)
Takeuchi, Shin, (author) / Yoshinaga, Hideo, (author)
Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer, 1991
X, 228 p. online resource.
englisch
9783642757747
10.1007/978-3-642-75774-7
Springer Series in Materials Science ; 12
Full Text
Table of Contents:
  • 1. Dislocations and Their Fundamental Properties
  • 1.1 Geometry of a Dislocation
  • 1.2 Stress Field and Energy of Dislocations
  • 1.3 Force on a Dislocation
  • 1.4 String Model of a Dislocation
  • 1.5 Obstacles to Dislocation Motion
  • 2. Motion of Dislocations in Soft Metals
  • 2.1 General Characteristics
  • 2.2 Intrinsic and Extrinsic Barriers for the Motion of Dislocations
  • 2.3 Dislocation Velocity
  • 2.4 Frictional Forces due to Conduction Electrons and Phonons
  • 2.5 Theoretical Studies of the Frictional Forces
  • 3. Dislocation Motion in the Field of a Random Distribution of Point Obstacles: Solution Hardening
  • 3.1 Solution Hardening
  • 3.2 Comparison of Theories of Solution Hardening with Computer Simulation
  • 3.3 Effect of a Random Distribution of Point Obstacles on ?c
  • 3.4 Appendix: Elastic Interaction Between a Dislocation and a Solute Atom
  • 4. Dislocation Dynamics and Strength of Crystalline Materials
  • 4.1 The Loss of Strength of Metals and Alloys in the Superconducting State
  • 4.2 Loss of Strength in the Normal State of Solid Solutions at Low Temperatures
  • 4.3 Theory of Inertial Effects
  • 4.4 Quantitative Treatment of the Strength of Metals and Alloys of fcc Structure
  • 5. Dislocation Motion Controlled by the Peieris Mechanism
  • 5.1 Introduction
  • 5.2 Dislocation Glide by the Peieris Mechanism
  • 6. Dislocations in bcc Metals and Their Motion
  • 6.1 Dislocations in bcc Metals and Their Peierls Potential
  • 6.2 Computer Experiments
  • 6.3 Plasticity of bcc Metals
  • 7. Dislocation Motion in Semiconducting Crystals
  • 7.1 Introduction
  • 7.2 Structure of Dislocations in Semiconducting Crystals
  • 7.3 Mobility of Dislocations in Semiconducting Crystals
  • 7.4 Effect of Electronic Excitation on the Dislocation Mobility
  • 7.5 Photoplastic Effect in II-VI Compounds
  • 8. High-Temperature Deformation of Metals and Alloys
  • 8.1 Deformation Mechanism Map
  • 8.2 Deformation due to Dislocation Motion
  • 8.3 Identification of Deformation Mechanism at High Temperatures
  • 9. High-Temperature Deformation Mechanism in Metals and Alloys
  • 9.1 High-Temperature Deformation Mechanism in Pure Metals
  • 9.2 High-Temperature Deformation Mechanism in Alloys
  • 10. High-Temperature Deformation Mechanism in Composite Materials
  • 10.1 Types of Composite Materials
  • 10.2 High-Temperature Deformation Mechanism in Dispersion-Strengthened Materials
  • 10.3 High-Temperature Deformation Mechanism in Fiber- and Lamella-Reinforced Materials
  • References.