OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS

Dislocations, Mesoscale Simulations and Plastic Flow

ISBN : 9780198525011

参考価格(税込): 
¥13,882
著者: 
Ladislas P. Kubin
ページ
320 ページ
フォーマット
Hardcover
サイズ
175 x 242 mm
刊行日
2013年04月
メール送信
印刷

In the past twenty years, new experimental approaches, improved models and progress in simulation techniques brought new insights into long-standing issues concerning dislocation-based plasticity in crystalline materials. During this period, three-dimensional dislocation dynamics simulations appeared and reached maturity. Their objectives are to unravel the relation between individual and collective dislocation processes at the mesoscale, to establish connections with atom-scale studies of dislocation core properties and to bridge, in combination with modelling, the gap between defect properties and phenomenological continuum models for plastic flow. Dislocation dynamics simulations are becoming accessible to a wide range of users. This book presents to students and researchers in materials science and mechanical engineering a comprehensive coverage of the physical body of knowledge on which they are based. It includes classical studies, which are too often ignored, recent experimental and theoretical advances, as well as a discussion of selected applications on various topics.

目次: 

1. Background and definitions
2. Obstacle-controlled plastic flow
3. Lattice-controlled plastic flow
4. A guide to 3D-DD simulations
5. Applications of DD simulations
Appendix A: Thermal activation of dislocation motion
Appendix B: Selection of materials constants
Appendix C: Slip in single crystals
Appendix D: From gamma-surface to Peierls stress
Appendix E: Kink-pair models
Bibliography
Index

著者について: 

Ladislas Kubin received his Engineering Diploma from Ecole Centrale Paris in 1966 and his Doctorate in Physical Sciences from Orsay University (Solid State Physics Laboratory) in 1971. Since 1968, he held a full-time research position at CNRS, where he is now Director of Research Emeritus. His research was performed in several laboratories affiliated to CNRS, in Orsay, Toulouse, Poitiers and, since 1988, at the joint CNRS-ONERA unit in Chatillon, near Paris. He is CNRS bronze and silver medalist and Gay-Lussac - von Humboldt awardee. His domains of interest are elementary and collective dislocation properties, mesoscale modelling of dislocations, dislocation dynamics simulations and multi-scale modelling of plasticity. He contributed to the development of the first dislocation dynamics simulations in 2D, 2.5D and 3D.

このページに掲載の「参考価格」は日本国内における希望小売価格です。当ウェブサイトでのご購入に対して特別価格が適用される場合、販売価格は「割引価格」として表示されます。なお、価格は予告なく変更されることがございますので、あらかじめご了承ください。