High-pressure surface science and engineering by I︠U︡ G Gogot︠s︡i; Vladislav Domnich

By I︠U︡ G Gogot︠s︡i; Vladislav Domnich

"High-Pressure floor technological know-how and Engineering could be a vital source for complicated scholars and researchers engaged on any point of high-pressure learn, touch mechanics, tribology or fabrics technological know-how the place mechanical floor interactions are a factor."--BOOK JACKET.

content material: Sect. 1. section Transitions prompted through Mechanical Compression --
advent: High-pressure floor technology and engineering --
a brand new quarter of analysis --
Ch. 1. part transitions brought on via mechanical compression / John J. Gilman --
Sect. 2. Simulation of Pressure-Induced section modifications --
Ch. 2.1. touch mechanics versions accounting for part ameliorations / Boris A. Galanov and Vitaliy M. Kindrachuk --
Ch. 2.2. Molecular dynamics simulation of section ameliorations in monocrystalline silicon / L. C. Zhang and W. C. D. Cheong --
Ch. 2.3. High-pressure stages of crew IV and III-V semiconductors / Graeme J. Ackland --
Sect. three. Continuum Mechanical basics of Mechanochemistry
summary: "High-Pressure floor technology and Engineering can be a vital source for complex scholars and researchers engaged on any point of high-pressure learn, touch mechanics, tribology or fabrics technology the place mechanical floor interactions are a factor."--BOOK JACKET

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8, independently of the kind of pressure. An abrupt increase in the magnitude of the shear stress simultaneously with the contact and hydrostatic stress is needed for the phase transition to take place. In the middle of the impression, the values of these stresses become congruous. The accuracy of our estimations for the critical stresses depends mainly on the accuracy of the full-scale experiment. 4, the theoretically predicted isobars for the critical contact (black) and hydrostatic (grey) pressures almost coincide one with another.

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