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The theory of diffusional deformation and recovery of defective metallic crystals

  • V. V. Skorokhod
Scientific Principles of Powder Metallurgy
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Summary

The theory of diffusional flow and recovery of defective crystals is further developed on the basis of nonconservative motion of dislocations. A hypothesis is put forward for the substantial role of dislocations in close-packed cubic crystals, linked with a stacking fault in the missing half-plane. The characteristic features in the behavior of these dislocations are noted, and the degree of their influence on the kinetics of recovery and diffusional flow of defective crystals is assessed quantitatively. The results of this study may be utilized for elucidating the nature of the kinetics of sintering “active” metallic powders.

Keywords

Characteristic Feature Substantial Role Metallic Powder Diffusional Flow Defective Crystal 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • V. V. Skorokhod
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  1. 1.Institute of Materials ProblemsAcademy of SciencesUkr. SSR

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