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The Crystallographic Aspect of Slip in Body‐Centered Cubic Single Crystals. I. Theoretical Considerations

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2 Author(s)
Opinsky, A.J. ; Carnegie Institute of Technology, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania ; Smoluchowski, R.

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The mechanism of slip in body‐centered cubic lattices is considered in terms of the relation between the orientation of the tensile axis and the active slip system. A ``projection'' of points in the unit stereographic triangle on its [001]–[011] side permits an analysis of experimental data and leads to an accurate determination of the ratio of the critical shear stresses on various planes.

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Journal of Applied Physics  (Volume:22 ,  Issue: 11 )