m. However, when the magnesium content is relatively high or the torsion strain is not sufficiently large, the atmospheres formed at the beginning of fatigue loading become already "dense" enough to pin the dislocations. With the continuation of faligue loading, the mobility of dislocations is further lowered by the migration of solute atoms to these dislocations. This leads to an initial decrease of △E and an initial increase of Tm. Fatigue experiments were also carried out on Al-0.52% Mg and Al-3.46% Mg alloys at various aging stages, and the phenomena of strain aging were observed. Such phenomena are in accord with the assumption of atmospheres of solute atoms described above."/>     INTERACTION OF SOLUTE ATOMS WITH DISLOCATIONS IN ALUMINIUM-MAGNESIUM ALLOYS UNDER FATIGUE LOADING
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Acta Phys. Sin.  1965, Vol. 21 Issue (6): 1253-1263    
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INTERACTION OF SOLUTE ATOMS WITH DISLOCATIONS IN ALUMINIUM-MAGNESIUM ALLOYS UNDER FATIGUE LOADING
WANG C. K., HUANG Y. S., KE T. S.
中国科学院
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