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Fig. 12 | Nanoscale Research Letters

Fig. 12

From: Study of Effect of Impacting Direction on Abrasive Nanometric Cutting Process with Molecular Dynamics

Fig. 12

Schematic view of dislocation changes. Dislocation is a special arrangement of atoms in crystals. It is the crystal in the atomic arrangement along a certain crystal face and crystal orientation occurred in a certain wrong line, and it is the boundary of the slip surface within the area where the slip has occurred and the area with no slip has occurred. In Fig. 12ac, the relative displacement of the rigidity of the upper atom and the underlying atom produce dislocations, the upper atom belongs to the sliding region, and the lower atoms belong to the non-slip region, they are in the slip surface of the intersection line which is called dislocation line, that is, dislocation. Figure 12 is the process of dislocation generation and development

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