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Introduction to elasticity theory for crystal defects

Author: R W Balluffi
Publisher: Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2012.
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"Self-sufficient and user-friendly, this book provides a complete introduction to the anisotropic elasticity theory necessary to model a wide range of crystal defects. Assuming little prior knowledge of the subject, the reader is first walked through the required basic mathematical techniques and methods. This is followed by treatments of point, line, planar and volume type defects such as vacancies, dislocations,  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: R W Balluffi
ISBN: 9781107012554 1107012554
OCLC Number: 740281603
Description: xviii, 440 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Contents: 1. Introduction --
2. Basic elements of linear elasticity --
3. Methods --
4. Green's functions for unit point force --
5. Interactions between defects and stress --
6. Inclusions in infinite homogeneous regions --
7. Interactions between inclusions and imposed stress --
8. Inclusions in finite regions--
image effects --
9. Inhomogeneities --
10. Point defects in infinite homogeneous regions --
11. Point defects and stress--
image effects in finite bodies --
12. Dislocations in infinite homogeneous regions --
13. Dislocations and stress--
image effects in finite regions --
14. Interfaces --
15. Interactions between interfaces and stress --
16. Interactions between defects --
Appendices.
Responsibility: R.W. Balluffi.

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Ideal for graduates and researchers, this book provides a complete introduction to anisotropic elasticity, with exercises and solutions included.  Read more...

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'This is a very nice, self-contained and inclusive book. It should provide a foundation for the anisotropic elastic theory of defects and their interactions for years to come.' John Hirth, Ohio State Read more...

 
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