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Introduction to Dislocations
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Introduction to Dislocations was first published in in a series aimed at undergraduate and postgraduate students in metallurgy and materials science and related disciplines. At the time, the subject was maturing and it was expected that 'dislocation concepts' would remain a core discipline for a very long time. As expected, the book has been, and remains, an important undergraduate text all over the world. A wider range of materials has emerged since , most notably in the field of electronics and micro-engineering. The principles of dislocation theory still apply but some of the detail requires further treatment.
Journal of Computer-Aided Materials Design. Dynamic behavior of dislocations near a crack tip in an fcc lattice, studied through parallel molecular dynamics MD simulation with visualization facilitated by newly developed software, reveals three-dimensional features of dislocation nucleation and subsequent entanglement. Results obtained for copper and aluminum show multiple emissions of dislocation loops from the crack tip and incipient evolution of plastic deformation during crack extension. Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.
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In materials science, dislocations are irregularities within the crystal structure or atomic scale of engineering materials, such as metals, semi-conductors, polymers, and composites. Discussing this specific aspect of materials science and engineering, Introduction to Dislocations is a key resource for students. The book provides students and practitioners with the fundamental principles required to understand dislocations. Comprised of 10 chapters, the text includes advanced computer modeling and very high-resolution electron microscopy to help readers better understand the structure of atoms close to the core of dislocations. It shows that atomic arrangement has a significant effect on the formation of dislocations and thereby on the properties of solids.