Measurement and anisotropy of grain boundary energy in Cu-1 wt.% PB

A method is presented for the simultaneous measurement of relative grain boundary energy and all five macroscopic grain boundary degrees of freedom in leaded copper. When compared to the Wynblatt–Takashima model, results suggest a lowered boundary energy when there are equal broken-bond densities on either side of the boundary.


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Scripta Materialia, 62, 262-265
Year:
2010
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