133.026 Dislocations in Solids
This course is in all assigned curricula part of the STEOP.
This course is in at least 1 assigned curriculum part of the STEOP.

2020S, VO, 2.0h, 3.0EC, to be held in blocked form


  • Semester hours: 2.0
  • Credits: 3.0
  • Type: VO Lecture

Learning outcomes

After successful completion of the course, students are able to comprehend the materials presented in the lecture and to draw conclusions from them, as well as to actively communicate the contents presented during the lecture.

Subject of course

Burgers circuit/ dislocation glide and climb processes/ elastic continuum theory of dislocations/ energy and line tension / dislocation interactions and reactions/ grain boundary dislocations/ epitaxy and misfit dislocations / dislocations in selected structures / core models/ elastic, plastic and electronic properties of / dislocation generation and crystal growth / analysis techniques (TEM, X-ray topography)

Teaching methods

Fraontal Lecture

Mode of examination

Written and oral

Additional information

some basic knowledge of solid state physics would be useful possibly as block



Course dates

Mon12:15 - 14:0002.03.2020 - 09.03.2020Sem.R. DB gelb 07 PONGRATZ
Tue12:00 - 13:0003.03.2020FH Hörsaal 6 - TPH Vorbesprechung: PONGRATZ
Mon10:30 - 12:0009.03.2020Sem.R. DB gelb 07 Block Versetzungen in Kristallen
Dislocations in Solids - Single appointments
Mon02.03.202012:15 - 14:00Sem.R. DB gelb 07 PONGRATZ
Tue03.03.202012:00 - 13:00FH Hörsaal 6 - TPH Vorbesprechung: PONGRATZ
Mon09.03.202010:30 - 12:00Sem.R. DB gelb 07 Block Versetzungen in Kristallen
Mon09.03.202012:15 - 14:00Sem.R. DB gelb 07 PONGRATZ
Course is held blocked

Examination modalities


Course registration

Registration modalities:

Ort: Nach Vorbesprechung, zu Beginn der Vorlesung



Lecture notes for this course are available. bei Vorlesungsbeginn Price: 10.0 Hirth and Lothe: Dislocations in Solids Nabarro ed.: Dislocations in Solids Vol 2, Dislocations in Particular Structures, Article by S. Amelinckx; North Holland Rob Phillips: Crystals Defects and Microstructures Cahn, Haasen, eds: Materials Science and Technology Vol I.

Previous knowledge

basic knowledge of mathematical physics