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Stable damping associated with linear viscous motion of the interface in a multiphase Al‐Zn alloy

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1 Author(s)
Zhu, Xianfang ; Laboratory of Internal Friction and Defects in Solids, Institute of Solid State Physics, Academia Sinica, Hefei, China

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In the present paper, the characteristics of low‐frequency stable damping are studied in a multiphase eutectoid Al‐Zn alloy. Experimental results show that, within a low‐temperature and low‐strain‐amplitude range, the damping evidently manifests itself by linear viscous characteristics, namely, it obeys a law Q-1=(B/fn)exp(-nH/kT), where H is the real process activation energy, B and n (=0.21) are two experimental parameters, and k is the Boltzmann constant. A value of H=0.74 eV is obtained, which is closely related to the viscosity during interface motion. Accordingly, a linear viscous interface motion mode is put forward and can explain the experimental results as well.

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Journal of Applied Physics  (Volume:67 ,  Issue: 12 )