THEORETICAL STUDIES OF DISLOCATION BEHAVIOR IN CRYSTALS.
COLUMBIA UNIV NEW YORK DEPT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
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The ultimate objective of this study is the determination of the static and dynamic properties of dislocations and dislocation arrays through the analysis of realistic discrete atomistic models of crystals. An intermediate objective, and the primary goal of this program, was to gain an understanding of the possibilities and limitations of such models through the investigation of a series of simplified forms of increasing complexity. Author