Date

1965

Document Type

Thesis

Degree

Master of Science

Department

Materials Science and Engineering

First Adviser

Pense, Alan W.

Abstract

Single crystal and polycrystalline copper specimens were deformed in tension under atmospheric and 140,000 psi hydrostatic pressure. An increase in multiple slip was observed for the single crystals when strained in the high-pressure environment. This increase was found by comparing the extent of fiducial mark rotation for the two pressures.

Comments

Former department name: Metallurgy and Materials Science

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