Paper Title:
WPPM: Advances in the Modeling of Dislocation Line Broadening
  Abstract

Whole Powder Pattern Modeling (WPPM) is especially useful to study line defects in powder and polycrystalline materials. As a result of recent progresses in this field, dislocation studies can be carried out for any slip system and crystal symmetry of the studied phases. Basic theory and procedures are described with the help of some representative cases of study. The use of the dislocation-related broadening in the PM2K software implementing the WPPM approach is shown with practical examples.

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Paolo Scardi and Robert E. Dinnebier
Pages
173-186
DOI
10.4028/www.scientific.net/MSF.651.173
Citation
M. Leoni, J. Martinez-Garcia, P. Scardi, "WPPM: Advances in the Modeling of Dislocation Line Broadening", Materials Science Forum, Vol. 651, pp. 173-186, 2010
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May 2010
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