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Cross slip problem in f.c.c crystal

  1. Nov 10, 2008 #1
    1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data
    Because the book gives me little information about the cross slip. So I can't handle the basic problem below. I appreciate that you can give me some hints or suggestion.
    An f.c.c crystal is deforming by motion of disslocations on the (a/2)[101](11-1) (I use minus instead of bar) slip system.
    Q1: In order for the dislocations to cross slip, what would be their orientation on the (11-1) plane?
    Q2: Onto what plane could these dislocations cross slip?
    Q3: What would the orientation of the dislocations on the (a/2)[101](11-1) slip system have to be in order for the dislocations to be in pure edge orientation?
    (Sorry about the other simplified symbols instead because of the imput problem)

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    3. The attempt at a solution
    Since dislocations can only slip on planes containing both tangent vector t and Burgers vector b, only dislocations in screw orientation can cross slip.
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