Dislocation multiplication in stage II deformation of fcc multi-slip single crystals

Markus Stricker, Markus Sudmanns, Katrin Schulz, Thomas Hochrainer, Daniel Weygand

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Abstract

Dislocation multiplication in plasticity research is often connected to the picture of a Frank-Read source. Although it is known that this picture is not applicable after easy glide deformation, plasticity theories often assume Frank-Read-type models for dislocation mul- tiplication. By analyzing discrete dislocation dynamics simulations in a bulk like setting, a new view on dislocation multiplication is presented. It is observed that only two mecha- nisms provide a source for dislocations: cross-slip and glissile junctions. Both source mech- anisms involve a change of glide system and transfer of dislocation density (line length) from the primary dislocation(s) slip system(s) to the one of the new dislocation. The mo- tion of dislocations is found to be highly restricted by other dislocations and therefore the contribution to plastic deformation of each individual dislocation is small. Also a sub- stantial fraction of the physical dislocation line length is annihilated by the collinear reac- tion, lowering dislocation storage during plastic deformation. Furthermore, multiplication events involve the loss of a substantial amount of dislocation length and curvature (sud- den changes in line orientation) due to the topology changes in the dislocation network of the respective mechanisms. The findings are discussed in light of continuum dislocation theories, which currently barely account for dislocation density transfer to other systems and the limited contribution of plastic strain from individual dislocations.
Originalspracheenglisch
Seiten (von - bis)319-333
Seitenumfang15
FachzeitschriftJournal of the mechanics and physics of solids
Jahrgang119
DOIs
PublikationsstatusVeröffentlicht - 9 Jul 2018

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  • Advanced Materials Science

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  • Theoretical

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Dislocation multiplication in stage II deformation of fcc multi-slip single crystals. / Stricker, Markus; Sudmanns, Markus; Schulz, Katrin; Hochrainer, Thomas; Weygand, Daniel.

in: Journal of the mechanics and physics of solids, Jahrgang 119, 09.07.2018, S. 319-333.

Publikation: Beitrag in einer FachzeitschriftArtikelForschungBegutachtung

Stricker, Markus ; Sudmanns, Markus ; Schulz, Katrin ; Hochrainer, Thomas ; Weygand, Daniel. / Dislocation multiplication in stage II deformation of fcc multi-slip single crystals. in: Journal of the mechanics and physics of solids. 2018 ; Jahrgang 119. S. 319-333.
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