Illustrate vacancy defect and screw dislocation, Mechanical Engineering

Illustrate vacancy defect and screw dislocation with diagram. Also show the induced nature of stress and stress by mean of diagram.

Illustrate interstitial defect and edge dislocation with diagram. Also show the induced stress and nature of stress by figure.

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