Dislocation Drag Mechanisms, High Velocity Dislocations,and Twinning
The switching of a magnetic field while plastically deforming a zinc crystal causes a change in stress which is associated with electron-dislocation interactions. In this paper the dependence of this change in stress on strain-rate, field strength, and temperature will be presented. In addition, the connection between electron-dislocation interactions, dislocation velocities, and the occurrence of twinning in zinc will be established.
KeywordsMagnetic Field Tensile Axis Mobile Dislocation Plastic Region Elastic Region
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