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Interdependent Linear Complexion Structure and Dislocation Mechanics in Fe-Ni
Using large-scale atomistic simulations, dislocation mechanics in the presence of linear complexions are investigated in an Fe-Ni alloy, where the complexions appear as nanoparticle arrays along edge dislocation lines. When mechanical shear stress is applied to drive dislocation motion, a strong pinning effect is observed where the defects are restricted by their own linear complexion structures. This pinning effect becomes weaker after the first dislocation break-away event, leading to adoi:10.3390/cryst10121128 fatcat:hqjmgpxhgrar3iacgbqlpeffpi