The 17 references with contexts in paper A. Bogorosh, N. Višniakov, J. Novickij, A. Bubulis, А. Богорош , Н. Вишняков , Ю. Новицкий , А. Бубулис (2015) “ЛАВИНЫ ДИСЛОКАЦИЙ И ВЫБРОСЫ НАПРЯЖЕНИЯ В ПЛАТАХ РАДИОИНЖЕНЕРНОГО ОБОРУДОВАНИЯ // DISLOCATION AVALANCHES AND STRAIN BURSTS IN THE BOARDS OF RADIO-ENGINEERING EQUIPMENT” / spz:neicon:pimi:y:2013:i:1:p:79-85

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    However in macroscopic samples plasticity is a smooth process. The distribution of mechanical stress during dislocation avalanches and its dependence on microcrystal size were presented in the (Figure 1). The authors of research work
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    determined this distribution by combining the three-dimensional simulations of the dynamics of interacting dislocations with statistical analysis of corresponding behavior. Several specific dislocations become geometrically unattached during the same case, which demonstrates the importance of long elastic interactions in the initiation of mechanical stress bu

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    The statistical analysis of the avalanche distribution suggests that the fractal dimension of the avalanch es is close to two, indicating an effective lamellar shape [2]. Simulation graphics of time step during burst of mechanical stress
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    . Where red, green, blue and cyan colors represent dislocations on the four {111} set of crystal planes; yellow represents the static of Lomer locks created through dislocation reactions.

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Csikor F.F. Dislocation avalanches, Strain Bursts and the Problem of Plastic Forming at the Micrometer Scale / F.F. Csikor [et. al] // Science. – Vol. 318. – Nr. 5848, 2007. – P. 251–254.
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    Although a part of the deformation is taking place outside a single slip plane. The statistical analysis of the avalanche distribution suggests that the fractal dimension of the avalanch es is close to two, indicating an effective lamellar shape
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    . Simulation graphics of time step during burst of mechanical stress [1]. Where red, green, blue and cyan colors represent dislocations on the four {111} set of crystal planes; yellow represents the static of Lomer locks created through dislocation reactions.

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Bogorosh, A. The Mechanism of Defects Formation in Silicon Substrates / A. Bogorosh [et. al] // Solid State Phenomena. – Vol. 165. – 2010. – P. 7–12.
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    accumulation in the microlayers (Figure 3). a b Figure 2 – Cascade of boards on the vibration stand (stills of speed filming with the grid applied (micrometer scale) for the determination of deflection and the amplitude of oscillation of the boards): a – smoothing of the deflections due to the antiphase vibration; b – maximum deflection of the boards and their collision
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    Figure 3 – The diagram of increase of mechanical stresses in the microlayers of material Figure 4 – Registration of AE and determination of signal parameters: DA – the difference in the arrival time of signals and its subsequent self-smoothing due to piezoeffects The signals and noises of different origin can be occurred during local plastic deformation (signals

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Dimiduk, D.M. Direct Measurements of Scalefree Intermittent Flow in Crystal Plasticity / D.M. Dimiduk // Science, Vol. 312. – Nr. 5777. – 2006. – P. 1188–1190.
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    For this purpose a cascade of navigation devices boards was assembled on the vibration stand (Figure 2). The increase of mechanical stresses determined using the methodology
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    of smoothing of mechanical stress accumulation in the microlayers (Figure 3). a b Figure 2 – Cascade of boards on the vibration stand (stills of speed filming with the grid applied (micrometer scale) for the determination of deflection and the amplitude of oscillation of the boards): a – smoothing of the deflections due to the antiphase vibration; b – maximum def

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Miguel, M.C. Interrmitted Dislocation Flow in Viscoplastic Deformation / M.C. Miguel // Nature. – Vol. 410. – 2001. – P. 667–671.
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    For this purpose a cascade of navigation devices boards was assembled on the vibration stand (Figure 2). The increase of mechanical stresses determined using the methodology
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    of smoothing of mechanical stress accumulation in the microlayers (Figure 3). a b Figure 2 – Cascade of boards on the vibration stand (stills of speed filming with the grid applied (micrometer scale) for the determination of deflection and the amplitude of oscillation of the boards): a – smoothing of the deflections due to the antiphase vibration; b – maximum def

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Muravjev, Т.V. Peculiarities of acoustic emission during evolution of Chernov-Luders lines in the samples / Т.V. Muravjev, L.B. Zuev // Journal of technical physics. – Vol. 78. – Nr. 8. – 2008. – P. 135–139. (in Russian)
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    This is especially important for devices, which are sensitive to acoustic emission (AE). Therefore for discrete signals various filtering methods are used: like discrimination of sources according to location
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    , spectral composition [7] or the frequency of vibration. In this work experiments were performed in the 0,5–10 Hz vibrations diapason range; 0–3 V voltage range; 0 – +45 °C allowed temperature range.

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    In this work experiments were performed in the 0,5–10 Hz vibrations diapason range; 0–3 V voltage range; 0 – +45 °C allowed temperature range. The phenomenon of AE occurs when the restructuring of deformed structures at different scale levels happens
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    . During mechanical stress relaxation elastic energy in the deformed regions of material is being emitted in the form of AE waves of different frequency and amplitude. This is can be detected by diagnostic equipment.

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    characteristic stages: I – elastic, II – yield plateau, III – «silence zone», IV – stage of parabolic hardening) From Figure 11 it can be seen, that when the plastic deformation at the yield plateau is realized by oncoming movement from piezoeffect of two Chernov–Luders bands, the localization of AE sources exhibits same characteristics as found in
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    for samples of low-carbon steel. The data acquired in this work differ only by the order of mechanical stress, but doesn’t negate the established pattern of the acoustic emission signals occurring when local points are subjected to deformation.

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Serjeznov, A.N. Acoustic emission diagnostic of constructions / A.N. Serjeznov, L.N. Stepanova, V.V. Muravjev // Radio and communication. – Moscow, 2000. – 280 p. (in Russian)
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    This is especially important for devices, which are sensitive to acoustic emission (AE). Therefore for discrete signals various filtering methods are used: like discrimination of sources according to location [6], spectral composition
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    or the frequency of vibration. In this work experiments were performed in the 0,5–10 Hz vibrations diapason range; 0–3 V voltage range; 0 – +45 °C allowed temperature range.

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    In this work experiments were performed in the 0,5–10 Hz vibrations diapason range; 0–3 V voltage range; 0 – +45 °C allowed temperature range. The phenomenon of AE occurs when the restructuring of deformed structures at different scale levels happens
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    . During mechanical stress relaxation elastic energy in the deformed regions of material is being emitted in the form of AE waves of different frequency and amplitude. This is can be detected by diagnostic equipment.

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    This method is based on the dependence of the attenuation of acoustic wave on the distance between the AE source and the acoustic transducer (Figure 4). The accuracy of about 3–5 % for determining the coordinates of AE sources was achieved
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    in this work for microsize objects. Structural block diagrams include: sensor for conversion of acoustic vibrations of the specimen into voltage change (FH1); filter for filtration of the acoustic wave signal from the noise and external activity of the environment (FH2); block for sensor connection to the computer and summation (FH3);

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    In conclusion it can be added, that the kinetics of the burst and avalanche-like increase of boards microdefects is similar to the disruption of the latent period of the phase formation in polycrystals under vibration (wave oscillations) of different frequencies and piezoelectric effects in local points
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    . Herewith in one microlayer a positive charge is formed and a negative charge in the neighboring layer, which are self-balancing and reduce the amplitude of the forming avalanche. Conclusion The acquired experimental data on acoustic emission reflect the formation of microdefects (microcracks) and the instability of mechanical tension, its avalanche and exp

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Schwerdtfeger, J. Scale-free Statistics of Plasticity-induced Surface Steps on KCl Single Crystals / J. Schwerdtfeger // Journal of Statistical Mechanics: Theory and experiment. – Issue 04, L04001. – April 2007. – P. 1–8.
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    of these bursts of mechanical stress closely resembles the phenomenology of macroscopic instability of plastics: mechanical stress curves are ascending jagged steps (Figure 3). Time disruptions are associated with spatial localization because each burst of mechanical stress corresponds to the formation of a narrow slip line or slip band as it is discussed in work
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    . Time-spatial localization of deformation is associated with instability of plastics and has negative affect on the formation characteristics. A classic example is the Portevin – Le Chatelier (PLC) effect – the bursts of mechanical stress that result because of the interaction between dislocations and distribution solutions [10].

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Kubin, L.P. Collective Behaviour of Dislocations in Plasticity / L.P. Kubin, C. Fressengeas, G. Ananthakrishna // Dislocations in Solids. – Vol. 11. – 2002. – P. 101–192.
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    A classic example is the Portevin – Le Chatelier (PLC) effect – the bursts of mechanical stress that result because of the interaction between dislocations and distribution solutions
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    . The instability during the microdefects (microcracks) formation in the polymeric composite boards can be avoided if the right path of the process is selected. The temperatures and mechanical stress values when dislocations and the velocity of their spreading are of the same order of magnitude must be avoided in such case.

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Sethna, J.P. Crackling Noise / J.P. Sethna, K.A. Dahmen, C.R. Myers // Nature. – Vol. 410. – 2001. – P. 242–250.
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    Dislocation avalanches – is a unique feature that does not depend on the specific properties of material and it cannot be avoided by controlling the path of deformation like in PLC effect or other crackling noise phenomena
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    , such as Barkhausen noise, that is emitted along the hysteresis loop in ferromagnets [12, 13] or metalelectrics [14], acoustic emission during fracture [15]. The existence of unstable bursts in the plastics due to mechanical stress was already known [16, 17].

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Durin, G. The Barkhausen Effect / G. Durin, S. Zapperi // The Science of Hysteresis. – Vol. II. – 2006. – P. 181–267.
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    Dislocation avalanches – is a unique feature that does not depend on the specific properties of material and it cannot be avoided by controlling the path of deformation like in PLC effect or other crackling noise phenomena [11], such as Barkhausen noise, that is emitted along the hysteresis loop in ferromagnets
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    or metalelectrics [14], acoustic emission during fracture [15]. The existence of unstable bursts in the plastics due to mechanical stress was already known [16, 17]. However the statistical properties of AE were identified only recently.

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    . The existence of unstable bursts in the plastics due to mechanical stress was already known [16, 17]. However the statistical properties of AE were identified only recently. The majority of simulations involve the single axis tension/compression of cubic samples.

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    . However the statistical properties of AE were identified only recently. The majority of simulations involve the single axis tension/compression of cubic samples. In these cases the deformation is stimulated and monitored by control of displacement or slowly increasing the strains.

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    . However the statistical properties of AE were identified only recently. The majority of simulations involve the single axis tension/compression of cubic samples. In these cases the deformation is stimulated and monitored by control of displacement or slowly increasing the strains.