Elastic interaction between edge dislocation, concentrated force, point heat source and edge crack in a semi-infinite plane
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We investigate the interaction between edge crack and edge dislocation as well as concentrated force and point heat source. The stress intensity factors at the edge crack tip and the image forces acting on the edge dislocation are calculated. The influence of the concentrated force, point heat source and edge dislocation on the shielding and anti-shielding effects to edge crack as well as the glide and climb forces acting on the edge dislocation is examined in detail. The results indicate that the shielding and anti-shielding effects increase acutely with the increment of concentrated force and point heat source. In addition, the glide and climb forces increase acutely with the decrement of the distance between dislocation and crack tip.
KeywordsEdge dislocation Concentrated force Point heat source Edge crack Shielding effect Image force
The authors would like to deeply appreciate the support from the NNSFC (11172094 and 11172095) and the NCET-11-0122. This work was also supported by Hunan Provincial Natural Science Foundation for Creative Research Groups of China (Grant No. 12JJ7001).
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