TYPES OF DISLOCATION SUBSTRUCTURES AND STAGES OF STRESS-STRAIN CURVES OF F. C. C. ALLOYS.

N. A. Koneva, D. V. Lychagin, L. T. Trishkina, E. V. Kozlov

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    Аннотация

    The dislocation substructure of f. c. c. alloys based on nickel, copper and palladium was studied by the method of transmission diffraction electron microscopy. As a result, types of dislocation substructures observed at different stages of deformation were revealed. The relations between the stages of stress-strain curves and types of dislocation substructure were determined. It has been established that each curve is connected with the appearance and the development of a definite type of the dislocation substructure. The transition from stage to stage, that is the ending of one and the beginning of another stage coincides with filling the volume of the crystal with one type of dislocation substructure and developing another. The formation of the substructure occurs when a certain magnitude of dislocation density is obtained in the crystal.

    Язык оригиналаАнглийский
    Название основной публикацииUnknown Host Publication Title
    Место публикацииOxford, Engl
    ИздательPergamon Press (International Series on the Strength and Fracture of Materials and Structures)
    Страницы21-26
    Число страниц6
    Том1
    ISBN (печатное издание)0080316409
    СостояниеОпубликовано - 1986

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    Koneva, N. A., Lychagin, D. V., Trishkina, L. T., & Kozlov, E. V. (1986). TYPES OF DISLOCATION SUBSTRUCTURES AND STAGES OF STRESS-STRAIN CURVES OF F. C. C. ALLOYS. В Unknown Host Publication Title (Том 1, стр. 21-26). Pergamon Press (International Series on the Strength and Fracture of Materials and Structures).