ON CONTINUUM ASPECTS OF GRAIN BOUNDARY SLIDING AND DIFFUSIONAL CREEP.
HARVARD UNIV CAMBRIDGE MASS DIV OF ENGINEERING AND APPLIED PHYSICS
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The problem of sliding at a non-planar grain boundary is considered in detail. The stress field, and sliding displacement and velocity can be calculated at a boundary with a shape which is periodic in the sliding direction a wavy or stepped grain boundary a When deformation within the crystals which meet at the boundary is purely elastic, b When diffusional flow of matter from point to point on the boundary is permitted. Author
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