Temperature effects on the mobility of pyramidal < c + a > dislocations in magnesium

Volume: 127, Pages: 68 - 71
Published: Jan 1, 2017
Abstract
Temperature effects on the mobility of < c + a > dislocations on pyramidal planes are characterized by molecular dynamics simulations. On the first-order pyramidal planes, near-edge dislocations always decompose, while the critical resolved shear stress (CRSS) for near-screw dislocations increases with increasing temperatures. On the second-order pyramidal planes, the CRSS decreases to a minimum at ~ 400 K, then increases with temperatures. This...
Paper Details
Title
Temperature effects on the mobility of pyramidal &lt; c + a &gt; dislocations in magnesium
Published Date
Jan 1, 2017
Volume
127
Pages
68 - 71
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