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INTERACTIONS BETWEEN FAMILIES OF GLIDE DISLOCATIONS IN THE F. C. C. STRUCTURE
FRANKLIN INST PHILADELPHIA PA LABS FOR RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
All the possible ways of forming simple boundaries by plastic deformation in any symmetry orientation are deduced. The orientation dependence of work hardening is briefly discussed in terms of the likelihood of forming boundaries consisting of Lomer-Cottrell sessile dislocations. Moreover, it is shown that breakup of boundaries under stress is more likely to yield interstitial jogs than vacancy jogs. Author