FTMP-Based Quantitative Evaluations for Dynamic Behavior of Dislocation Wall Structures

FTMP-Based Quantitative Evaluations for Dynamic Behavior of Dislocation Wall Structures

Shiro IHARA, Tadashi HASEBE

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Abstract. Field theory of multiscale plasticity (FTMP) is applied to the quantitative evaluations of geometrically necessary boundaries (GNBs) of dislocations. Reproduced four representative GNBs via dislocation dynamics simulations are scrutinized via the duality diagram representation scheme and the Shannon entropy. Notable correlations are found both between the entropy and the incompatibility, and the mean entropy rate and the incompatibility rate. Furthermore, the mean entropy rate is linearly correlated also with the log of the incompatibility. Combined with a unified correlation for all the GNBs on the duality diagram, we demonstrate the effectiveness of the FTMP-based stability/instability criterion proposed in the previous study.

Dislocation, Crystal Plasticity, Field Theory, Differential Geometry, Dislocation Dynamics

Published online 7/30/2019, 6 pages
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Published under license by Materials Research Forum LLC., Millersville PA, USA

Citation: Shiro IHARA, Tadashi HASEBE, FTMP-Based Quantitative Evaluations for Dynamic Behavior of Dislocation Wall Structures, Materials Research Proceedings, Vol. 13, pp 85-90, 2019

DOI: https://doi.org/10.21741/9781644900338-15

The article was published as article 15 of the book Explosion Shock Waves and High Strain Rate Phenomena

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