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In its simpler version it consists in writing that an arc of dislocation fixed at both ends experiences a force DR, normal to the dislocation line, and exert a force T on its ends. R is the radius of curvature of the line, Tis the line tension. 5pb2 (1) As is obvious from the definition, this approximation neglects the effect of the part of the dislocation which is outside the dislocation segment. This approximation provides two fundamental results: • An arc of dislocation of length I pinned at its two ends, submitted to a stress larger than: u=rr=pb (2) C hi I acts as a dislocation source emitting dislocation loops .
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The increase in resistance does not result from a specific interaction between dislocations and grain boundaries. A similar effect is observed at phase boundaries. When the second phase exists as precipitates, this leads to various situations. Precipitates coherent with the matrix may be sheared. An ordered second phase in a disordered matrix induces pairing of dislocations. Incoherent particles are bypassed. These remarks do not exclude the existence of a specific interaction between dislocations and phase boundaries.