Grain boundary structural disruption under thermal stress
The qualitative experimental results presented here support the hypothesis of Read and Shockly that low angle grain boundaries may not be structurally stable under the action of an applied stress. Our results show that, at least in the constrained geometry of a thin foil, low angle grain boundaries may act as sources for lattice dislocations, eventually causing complete disruption of the structural integrity of the grain boundary. © 1990.
Scripta Metallurgica et Materiala
Grain boundary structural disruption under thermal stress.
Scripta Metallurgica et Materiala,
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