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Localized Surface Instabilities of Stressed Solids

  • J. Colin (a1), J. Grilhé (a1) and N. Junqua (a1)

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Localized instabilities formation on the free surface of solids has been studied when sources of non-homogeneous stress such as dislocations or precipitates are present in the bulk. This formalism of localized perturbations has been used to describe the butterfly transformation of cubic precipitates in superalloys and the contraction of rectangular specimens under stress.

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Localized Surface Instabilities of Stressed Solids

  • J. Colin (a1), J. Grilhé (a1) and N. Junqua (a1)

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