Concerning the Effect of Non-Hydrostatic Stresses Upon the Chemical Potential of an Interstitial Solute in Solid Solutions.
Final rept. 16 Feb 66-15 Aug 70,
PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIV UNIVERSITY PARK
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An evaluation was made of a thermodynamic theory which states that an alloy under uniaxial elastic stress will show increased concentrations of interstitial constituents in solid solution when the stress is tensile and a decrease in the concentration of the interstitial under compressive stress, as compared to a stress-free system when the thermodynamic activity of the interstitial is kept constant at a constant temperature. Author
- Metallurgy and Metallography