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Unformatted text preview: substructure. (a) High-stacking-fault-energy material (pure copper); (b) Low-st a cking-fault-energy material (copper–2 wt% aluminum). Both materials were laser-shock compressed with an initial pressure of 40 GPa a n d pulse duration of 3 ns. (Courtesy of M. S. Schneider.) Effects of Stacking-Fault Energy on Dislocation Substructure...
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- Spring '08
- Thermodynamics, Crystallographic defect, Stainless steel, AISI