Elastically accommodated grain-boundary sliding: New insights from experiment and modeling
Substantial progress is reported towards a reconciliation of experimental observations of high-temperature viscoelastic behaviour of fine-grained materials with the micromechanical theory of grain-boundary sliding. The classic Raj-Ashby theory of grain boundary sliding has recently been revisited - confirming the presence of the following features: (i) at a characteristic period τe much less than the Maxwell relaxation time τd, a dissipation peak of amplitude ~10-2 and associated shear modulus...[Show more]
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