Dislocation Mechanism-Based Crystal Plasticity
  • Release Date : 12 April 2019
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Genre : Technology & Engineering
  • Pages : 450 pages
  • ISBN 13 : 9780128145920
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Download or read book entitled Dislocation Mechanism-Based Crystal Plasticity by author: Zhuo Zhuang which was release on 12 April 2019 and published by Academic Press with total page 450 pages . This book available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle Format. Dislocation Based Crystal Plasticity: Theory and Computation at Micron and Submicron Scale provides a comprehensive introduction to the continuum and discreteness dislocation mechanism-based theories and computational methods of crystal plasticity at the micron and submicron scale. Sections cover the fundamental concept of conventional crystal plasticity theory at the macro-scale without size effect, strain gradient crystal plasticity theory based on Taylar law dislocation, mechanism at the mesoscale, phase-field theory of crystal plasticity, computation at the submicron scale, including single crystal plasticity theory, and the discrete-continuous model of crystal plasticity with three-dimensional discrete dislocation dynamics coupling finite element method (DDD-FEM). Three kinds of plastic deformation mechanisms for submicron pillars are systematically presented. Further sections discuss dislocation nucleation and starvation at high strain rate and temperature effect for dislocation annihilation mechanism. Covers dislocation mechanism-based crystal plasticity theory and computation at the micron and submicron scale Presents crystal plasticity theory without size effect Deals with the 3D discrete-continuous (3D DCM) theoretic and computational model of crystal plasticity with 3D discrete dislocation dynamics (3D DDD) coupling finite element method (FEM) Includes discrete dislocation mechanism-based theory and computation at the submicron scale with single arm source, coating micropillar, lower cyclic loading pillars, and dislocation starvation at the submicron scale