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题名: Standing wave effect and fractal structure in dislocation evolution
作者: Li, P.;  Zhang, Z. F.
发表日期: 2017-6-22
摘要: Theoretical model required for the evolution of regular dislocation pattern should simultaneously take into account both static distribution and dynamic evolution of dislocation pattern. In principle, there exists a stable uniformly moving dislocation with both core and far field advancing at the same constant velocity, which suggests the existence of the traveling waves representing moving dislocation. Therefore, one new term "dislocation wave" is defined by simultaneously consisting of both an elastic wave and a dislocation in each wavefront. According to the standing wave effect, the edge dislocation segments capture mutually to form the periodic ladder structures at the nodes. These persistent slip band (PSB) ladders are not only self-organized but also self-similar dislocation patterns. The fractal dimension further reveals the intrinsic nature of crack initiation and propagation along slip bands and deformation bands.
刊名: SCIENTIFIC REPORTS
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Li, P.,Zhang, Z. F. Standing Wave Effect And Fractal Structure In Dislocation Evolution[J]. Scientific Reports,2017,7:-.

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