Self-thickening, cross-slip deformation twinning model

@article{Narayan2008SelfthickeningCD,
  title={Self-thickening, cross-slip deformation twinning model},
  author={Jagdish Narayan and Yuntian Zhu},
  journal={Applied Physics Letters},
  year={2008},
  volume={92},
  pages={151908}
}
We propose a cross-slip deformation twinning model based upon our experimental in situ deformation of Cu–Ge alloys using a transmission electron microscope. During the deformation, Shockley partials are emitted from the grain boundaries, which encounter an obstacle within the grain and split to nucleate deformation twins in the cross slip as well as primary planes. Upon further deformation a thickening process for twins is directly observed. The proposed model provides a dislocation mechanism… Expand

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