Interaction of Point Defects with an Edge Dislocation in the Gradient Theory of Elasticity

Vlasov, N. M.
November 2001
Physics of the Solid State;Nov2001, Vol. 43 Issue 11, p2083
Academic Journal
Interaction between a point defect and an edge dislocation is studied in the framework of the gradient theory of elasticity. The change in the energy of the system caused by a displacement of the point defect relative to the dislocation line is calculated. The results of the theoretical analysis are used to describe edge dislocation pinning by impurity atoms. © 2001 MAIK “Nauka / Interperiodica”.


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