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Influences of Interface and Dislocation Behavior on Microstructure Evolution: Volume 652. MRS Proceedings

  • ID: 2129449
  • Book
  • 354 Pages
  • Cambridge University Press
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This 2001 book features a broad range of topics that are central to predicting and controlling the development of microstructure, including grain boundary motion; dislocation patterning and plasticity; interfacial anisotropy and chemistry; phase, defect, and interface interaction; and solidification. These subjects have long provided the fundamental, scientific questions of materials research, and yet have often been treated separately. An important goal of the volume is to provide a forum for interaction among workers in these sometimes disparate fields. As is evidenced by the papers presented, advances in experiment, computation and theory are now providing important connections not only between the multiple-length and time scales associated with these phenomena, but also between the phenomena themselves.
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Preface; Materials Research Society symposium proceedings;

Part I - Interface Motion I - Collective Grain Motion;

Part II - Interface Motion I - Micromechanisms;

Part III - Interface Anisotropy I;

Part IV - Interaction of Phase and Defect Microstructures;

Part V - Solidification;

Part VI - Strain Localization and Dislocation Patterning;

Part VII - Dislocations and Plasticity;

Part VIII - Poster Session;

Part IX - Interfacial Chemistry;

Part X - Interface and Dislocation Interaction; Author index; Subject index.
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Mark Aindow University of Connecticut.

Mark D. Asta Northwestern University, Illinois.

Michael V. Glazov
Douglas L. Medlin
Anthony D. Rollett Carnegie Mellon University, Pennsylvania.

Michael Zaiser Max-Planck-Institut für Metallforschung, Germany.
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