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It would be interesting to determine whether the material parameters Sand h are the same for creep and relaxation. Application to csr tests needs some care. One must first check whether the measured stress-strain curves, or the measured transients, fit formulae 26-28, before giving any meaning to the results. Whenever this is the case, it may be useful to compare the results for S and h in the csr mode to those obtained for creep or relaxation. References 1. 2. (1954) Les dislocations. Gauthier Villars.
We will treat as examples some selected problems and then discuss the impact of some newer developments. First of all we will discuss the underlying physical principles of thermodynamics and of statistical mechanics, and the various theories to treat thermal activation. Then we will consider the intersection of a dispersion of fixed obstacles or the "bowing mode" of dislocation movement. Other examples will be the overcoming of linear barriers formed by dislocations themselves and we will treat the Peierls and cross-slip mechanisms.
The occupation probability at the saddle point is given by the ratio of the two partition functions at the saddle point and at the equilibrium position, but we must take account of the fact that at least one of the oscillatory modes becomes translational along the "reaction coordinate" crossing the saddle point. This finally leads to an escape rate r = VI exp (-AGtfkT) (12) where VI is the frequency of the mode which has a translational counter part in the saddle point configuration, AGt = AG vib + AGel is the total Gibbs free energy of activation with a contribution due to the change of the vibrational modes AGvib of the 39 dislocation and to the change in elastic energy AGel.