Relationship between Dislocation Density and Macro Strain of High-Heat-Load Materials

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A relationship between dislocation density and macro strain was investigated for GLIDCOP, dispersion-strengthened copper with ultra-fine particles of aluminum oxide. The dislocation density was estimated by applying the Warren-Averbach method to a diffraction profile measured using synchrotron radiation.

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M. François, G. Montay, B. Panicaud, D. Retraint and E. Rouhaud

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33-38

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10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMR.996.33

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M. Sano et al., "Relationship between Dislocation Density and Macro Strain of High-Heat-Load Materials", Advanced Materials Research, Vol. 996, pp. 33-38, 2014

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August 2014

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