Contributions to Internal Stress from Free Dislocations and from Substructure Boundaries in Dislocation Structure Formed in High Temperature Creep

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The relation of the internal stress and the parameters of the heterogeneous dislocation structure was suggested in the form of the classical Taylor formula relating the internal stress to the total dislocation density stored in the subgrain interior and in the subgrain boundaries. The other formula combines linearly the stress contribution generated by network dislocations and the stress contribution of the subgrain structure semiempirically related to the subgrain size. The formulas can evaluate the ratio of internal stress components due to sub-boundaries and free dislocations.

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Materials Science Forum (Volumes 567-568)

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Pavel Šandera

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173-176

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A. Orlová and F. Dobeš, "Contributions to Internal Stress from Free Dislocations and from Substructure Boundaries in Dislocation Structure Formed in High Temperature Creep", Materials Science Forum, Vols. 567-568, pp. 173-176, 2008

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December 2007

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