By R. B. Hirsch (auth.), Richard E. Tressler, Richard C. Bradt (eds.)
This quantity "Deformation of Ceramic fabrics II" constitutes the court cases of a world symposium held on the Pennsyl vania country college, college Park, PA on July 20, 21, and 22, 1983. It comprises stories of semiconductors and minerals that are heavily on the topic of ceramic fabrics. The preliminary convention in this subject was once held in 1974 at Penn kingdom and the court cases have been released within the quantity entitled "Deformation of Ceramic Materials." This convention emphasised the deformation habit of crystals and po1ycrysta11ine and polyphase ceramics with the world over famous gurus as keynote academics at the significant subtopics. a number of papers facing hollow space nucleation and creep crack development characterize a tremendous new study thrust in ceramics because the first convention. This choice of papers represents the state-of-the paintings of our knowing of the plastic deformation habit of ceramics and the crystals of which they're composed. we're thankful for the feedback of our overseas Advisory Committee .in recommending specialists of their respective international locations to take part. we're really thankful that the organizers of the former Dislocation-Point illness interplay Workshops agreed to take part within the Penn country Symposium as a substitute on the advice of Prof. A. H. Heuer. We recognize the monetary aid of the nationwide technological know-how beginning for this conference.
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7x28rnn ), polished again and glued with one ~ their end faces to the rod-like quartz driver (4x4x28nro ). * Devcon Corporation, Danvers, Mass. 01923, USA 28 H. J. MOLLER AND U. JENDRICH EXPERIMENl'AL RESULTS The dislocation arrangement of gennanium samples defonned under the same conditions has been studied elsewhere by transmission electron microscopy [24,30J. According to the <110> orientation of the specimens two glide systems operate during the deformation. 2 - 1 x 10 em according to the degree of deformation.
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2 •• · ••• •• . . . 4& • ...... • •• • • • • • • • • • • • • • 66-- 1 20 TIK) Fig. 2 LcM-temperature internal friction Q-l vs. ,. Ohori et al. [ 14 ], • our measurements, open symbol s = undefonned specimens. ) on the dislocation line. Because of their results we paid special attention to the same temperature range. Fig. 2 shCMS our low-temperature measurements in canparison with Ohori's and Sumino's. Our temperature range does not pennit us to see the peak at 64 K but in none of our measurements we were able to detect the second peak.