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The orientation and nature of dislocations will change upon intersection and “reaction” with a GB, which often necessitates the formation of a residual dislocation at the GB in order for the dislocation to “penetrate” the GB with a new slip direction into the adjacent grain . GBs may also act as pinning points for the trailing partial dislocation of transmitted or nucleated dislocations, forming stacking faults originating at the GB . Grain boundaries may be classified according to a characteristic known as the coincidence site lattice number (CSL) , also represented by ΣN.
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Advances in Computational Mechanics by Grant Steven, Qing Li, Zhongpu Zhang