Dislocation structure of shear bands in single crystals
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A mathematical model is proposed for the development of a shear band in crystals. The model is based on the mechanism of double cross-slips of screw-dislocation segments. Equations are derived to study instability of the uniform distribution of dislocations. A solution is found in the form of a traveling wave, which describes the shear-band structure.
Key wordsstresses strain dislocations shear band
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