Exact analytical solution of the internal friction associated with a geometric kink chain oscillating in an atmosphere of paraelastic interstitials and decorated by a dragging point defect

1989-8-15
Oğurtanı, Tarık Ömer
The partial differential equation which describes the geometric kink chain oscillating in an atmosphere of uniformly distributed paraelastic interstitials and, in addition, decorated by a dragging point defect at the midpoint, is solved exactly with use of the Laplace-transformation technique. The internal friction coefficient and the modulus defect are obtained in closed forms which indicate the existence of two separate peaks. The Cole-Cole diagrams are also investigated which show irrevocably the splitting of the original cold-work peak into two subpeaks with an increase of the drag strength of the decorating point defect
Physical Review B

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Citation Formats
T. Ö. Oğurtanı, “Exact analytical solution of the internal friction associated with a geometric kink chain oscillating in an atmosphere of paraelastic interstitials and decorated by a dragging point defect,” Physical Review B, pp. 2873–2878, 1989, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/52063.