Persistent Slip Bands (PSBs)
- Jaroslav PolákAffiliated withLow Cycle Fatigue Group, Institute of Physics of Materials, ASCR Email author
Persistent slip bands are the areas of intensive cyclic plastic strain in the shape of thin lamellae arising in cyclic straining of crystalline materials.
Cyclic loading of crystalline materials introduces cyclic stress and cyclic strain in a material. While the cyclic stress in smooth bodies is distributed homogeneously, appreciable inhomogeneity in cyclic strain develops during cyclic loading. The inhomogeneity of the cyclic strain is reflected in the internal dislocation structure of the material and also in the appearance of the specific surface relief. Cyclic strain is concentrated into the bands of intensive cyclic straining called persistent slip bands (PSBs). The surface features with specific profile arise in locations where PSBs emerge on the surface and are called persistent slip markings (PSMs). The bands and the respective surface markings are called “persistent” since, after removing all surface features (e. ...
- Persistent Slip Bands (PSBs)
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- Encyclopedia of Tribology
- pp 2510-2513
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- Springer US
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- 1. Department of Mechanical Engineering and Center for Surface Engineering and Tribology, Northwestern University
- 2. Department of Materials Science and Engineering and Center for Surface Engineering and Tribology, Northwestern University
- Prof. Jaroslav Polák (02461)
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- 02461. Low Cycle Fatigue Group, Institute of Physics of Materials, ASCR, Zizkova 22, Brno, 61662, Czech Republic
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