Relaxation of diffusion stresses in a contact during sintering of various crystals
Specific dislocation structures and cracks formed near a contact during sintering of different kinds of crystals have been observed. Stress field interaction in groups of particles was considered.
KeywordsStress Field Dislocation Structure Field Interaction Diffusion Stress Specific Dislocation
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