Russian Physics Journal

, Volume 39, Issue 6, pp 505–509 | Cite as

Numerical investigation of self-organizing systems that arise in plastic information

  • A. I. Olemskoi
  • A. V. Khomenko
Solid-State Physics


Solutions of the equations of the evolution of the most popular self-organizing systems observed when a solid is deformed are investigated. The phase patterns for a “predator—prey” self-excited oscillatory system which arises during the evolution of a dislocation—disclination type pair, an autocatalytic system, formed by dislocation—vacancy type defects in a localized zone of plastic shear, and the self-organizing system described by the field of elastic stresses and strains for a solid with wave-type plastic deformation are described.


Bifurcation Diagram Defect Density Phase Trajectory Plastic Shear Phase Pattern 
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  • A. I. Olemskoi
  • A. V. Khomenko

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