The Motion of Screw Dislocations in Crystalline Materials Undergoing Antiplane Shear: Glide, Cross‐Slip, Fine Cross‐Slip

@article{Cermelli1999TheMO,
  title={The Motion of Screw Dislocations in Crystalline Materials Undergoing Antiplane Shear: Glide, Cross‐Slip, Fine Cross‐Slip},
  author={P. Cermelli and M. Gurtin},
  journal={Archive for Rational Mechanics and Analysis},
  year={1999},
  volume={148},
  pages={3-52}
}
Dislocations may be described at two levels: (i) at the continuum level a dislocation is a singularity in the deformation field that arises when a layer of material is removed and the new surfaces thus formed brought together and joined (Volterra [1907]); (ii) at the microscopic level a dislocation is an imperfection in the lattice structure measured by the closure failure of a circuit encircling the dislocation in the perfect crystal (Burgers [1939])1. At the continuum level, configurational… Expand
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