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Constant Intermittency: Central problems in dislocation plasticity

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Plastic flow is never a continuous process either in time or in space, yet it continues to be modelled in this way. The following topics will be discussed: the triumph and the failure of the Taylor model; the forest rules, OK?; distributed sources of dislocations; the perils of coarse-graining; how crystallographic is slip?; what practical consequences might flow from a sound theory of plastic flow?

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