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Computer molecular dynamics simulation studies of grain‐boundary structures. II. Migration, sliding, and annihilation in a two‐dimensional solid

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4 Author(s)
Bishop, George H. ; Army Materials and Mechanics Research Center, Watertown, Massachusetts 02172 ; Harrison, Ralph J. ; Kwok, Thomas ; Yip, Sidney

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The dynamics of a high‐angle tilt boundary in a triangular lattice with a truncated Lennard‐Jones potential has been simulated by the method of computer molecular dynamics. Boundary migration was observed at various temperatures above a threshold, and was interpreted in terms of small steps involving coupled sliding and migration. In some cases, the simulation proceeded to the annihilation of a pair of boundaries with the attendant release of the boundary free energy and delocalization of the boundary free volume.

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Journal of Applied Physics  (Volume:53 ,  Issue: 8 )

Date of Publication:

Aug 1982

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