Help on DEFORMATION

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Please prove that ,


macroscopic strength rate=(burger's vector)*(dislocation density)*(average dislocation density)
 

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Mapes
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Why would you think this relationship holds? This would give "strength rate" the units of m-3, which seems unusual.

The increase in strength from dislocation interactions is often modeled as (shear modulus)*(Burgers vector)*(square root of disl'n density).
 
SORRY BUT IT WAS A TYPING ERROR! ACTUALLY IT WAS average dislocation VELOCITY!
ALTHOUGH I have gave a new thread with modification!
 
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SUPERSOUVIK,

Are you talking about the strengthening rate from work-hardening of the material?
 

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