Grain Boundaries and Crystalline Plasticity

Grain Boundaries and Crystalline Plasticity

By: Louisette Priester (editor)Hardback

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This book explores the fundamental role of grain boundaries in the plasticity of crystalline materials, providing a multi-scale approach to plasticity to facilitate understanding. It starts with the atomic description of a grain boundary, moves on to the elemental interaction processes between dislocations and grain boundaries, and finally shows how the microscopic phenomena influence the macroscopic behaviors and constitutive laws. Drawing on topics from physical, chemical, and mechanical disciplines, this work also explains properties of deformation at low and high temperature, creep, fatigue, and rupture.

About Author

Louisette Priester is Emerita Professor at the Paris-Sud University, Orsay, France. She has published around 200 articles in journals and contributed to about 150 national and international conferences.

Contents

Preface xi Chapter 1. Grain Boundary Structures and Defects 1 Jany THIBAULT-PENISSON and Louisette PRIESTER 1.1. Equilibrium structure of grain boundaries 1 1.2. Crystalline defects of grain boundaries 18 1.3. Conclusion 41 1.4. Bibliography 42 Chapter 2. Elementary Grain Boundary Deformation Mechanisms 47 Jean-Philippe COUZINIE and Louisette PRIESTER 2.1. Dislocation in close proximity to a grain boundary 48 2.2. Elastic interaction between dislocations and grain boundaries: image force 49 2.3. Short range (or core) interaction between dislocations and grain boundaries 52 2.4. Relaxation of stress fields associated with extrinsic dislocations 81 2.5. Relationships between elementary interface mechanisms and mechanical behaviors of materials 98 2.6. Bibliography 102 Chapter 3. Grain Boundaries in Cold Deformation 109 Colette REY, Denis SOLAS and Olivier FANDEUR 3.1. Introduction 109 3.2. Plastic compatibility and incompatibility of deformation at grain boundaries 111 3.3. Internal stresses in polycrystal grains 117 3.4. Modeling local mechanical fields using the finite element method (FEM)129 3.5. Hall-Petch s law, geometrically necessary dislocations 139 3.6. Sub-grain boundaries and grain boundaries in deformation and recrystallization 145 3.7. Conclusion 155 3.8. Bibliography 156 Chapter 4. Creep and High Temperature Plasticity: Grain Boundary Dynamics 165 Sylvie LARTIGUE-KORINEK and Claude Paul CARRY 4.1. Introduction 165 4.2. Grain boundaries and grain growth 168 4.3. Grain boundaries and creep: mechanisms and phenomenological laws 174 4.4. Grain boundaries and superplasticity 197 4.5. Prospects: creep of nanograined materials 208 4.6. Bibliography 209 Chapter 5. Intergranular Fatigue 217 Andre PINEAU and Stephen ANTOLOVICH 5.1. Introduction 217 5.2. Low temperature intergranular fatigue 221 5.3. High temperature fatigue 252 5.4. Conclusion 271 5.5. Acknowledgements 272 5.6. Bibliography 272 Chapter 6. Intergranular Segregation and Crystalline Material Fracture 281 Anna FRACZKIEWICZ and Krzysztof WOLSKI 6.1. Grain boundaries and fracture 282 6.2. Intergranular segregation 286 6.3. Segregation and intergranular fracture 297 6.4. Intergranular fracture induced by liquid metals 308 6.5. General conclusion 320 6.6. Bibliography 321 APPENDICES 327 Appendix 1. Bicrystallography and Topological Characterization of Interfacial Defects 329 Sylvie LARTIGUE-KORINEK and Louisette PRIESTER Appendix 2. Appendices of Chapter 3 333 Colette REY, Denis SOLAS and Olivier FANDEUR List of Authors 341 Index 343

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  • ISBN13: 9781848213272
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 356
  • ID: 9781848213272
  • weight: 684
  • ISBN10: 1848213271

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