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Eq. 37)); (ii) the mobilities Mab are independent of strain. In addition, for a substitutional alloy without vacancies, we stipulate that (iii) there exist functions ma0 ðr~Þ such that (i) C0 ðr~Þ ¼ ra ma0 ðr~Þ; b a mab 0 ðr~Þ ¼ m0 ðr~Þ 2 m0 ðr~Þ: ð9:40Þ We refer to Eq. 25 We now show that, interestingly, the free energy and stress of a mechanically simple material within this constrained theory have a form identical to that of a mechanically simple material in the theory without a lattice constraint (cf.
In Eq. 27) P the function Na¼1 ðra 2 ra0 ÞAa ·E is well defined for all density lists r~; irrespective of whether the list is consistent with the lattice constraint. Thus, by Eq. 10) its Larche´ – Cahn derivative ›ðbÞ =›ra applied to this function gives ðAa 2 Ab Þ·E: Thus, in view of the state relation m^ab ¼ ›ðbÞ C^ =›ra ; we arrive at the following expression for the relative chemical potentials: mab ¼ ›ðbÞ Fðr~Þ þ ðAa 2 Ab Þ·E: ›ra ð9:48Þ Summarizing, the constitutive equations for the free energy, the stress, and the chemical potentials of a mechanically simple, subsitutional alloy must have the specific form 9 N X 1 > a a a > C ¼ E·C½E þ ðr 2 r0 ÞA ·E þ Fðr~Þ; > > > 2 > a¼1 > > > = N X a a a ð9:49Þ A ðr 2 r0 Þ; > T ¼ C½E þ > > a¼1 > > > > ðb Þ > › Fð r ~ Þ ab a b > ; m ¼ þ ðA 2 A Þ·E: a ›r By Eq.
3) is then the skew-symmetry relation › ð zÞ f › ða Þ f ¼2 z ; a ›r ›r valid for all species a and z: Thus, N N N X X X › ð zÞ f › ða Þ f › ðz Þ f ¼ 2 ¼ 2 z ›ra ›ra a;z¼1 a;z¼1 ›r a;z¼1 23 Larche´ and Cahn (1985, Eq. 7)) use the notation ›=›raz rather than ›ðzÞ =›ra : ð9:6Þ 38 E. E. Gurtin and we have N X › ð zÞ f ¼ 0: ›ra a;z¼1 ð9:7Þ Using the description f ðzÞ of f relative to z; the Larche´ – Cahn derivative may be given an alternative representation which is convenient in calculations. 1), to decreasing the argument rz in f by 1: Therefore, as a consequence of Eq.
Advances in Applied Mechanics, Vol. 40 by Erik van der Giessen, Hassan Aref