John Douglas Eshelby - Bibliography

    John Douglas ("Jock") Eshelby, born in 1916, was privately educated and took his degree at Bristol University. After holding several early research posts he worked in the Cavendish Laboratory in Cambridge; was elected a Fellow of Churchill College; was then appointed Reader in the Faculty of Materials (Theory of Materials) at the University of Sheffield; and became Professor in 1971. He died in 1981.

  1. Dislocations as a cause of mechanical damping in metals (1949) Proc. Roy. Soc. Lond., A 197, 396-416.

  2. Uniformly moving dislocations (1949) Proc. Phys. Soc. (London), A 62, 307-314.

  3. Edge dislocations in anisotropic materials (1949) Phil. Mag., 40, 903-912.

  4. The fundamental physics of heat conduction (1951) In: Proceedings of a General Discussion on Heat Transfer, Sept. 11-13, 1951, Institution of Mechanical Engineers - American Society of Mechanical Engineers, pp 5-8. London: Institution of Mechanical Engineers.

  5. The equilibrium of linear arrays of dislocations (1951) with F. C. Frank and F. R. N. Nabarro. Phil. Mag., 351-364.

  6. The force on an elastic singularity (1951) Phil. Trans. R. Soc. Lond., A 244, 87-111.

  7. Dislocations in thin plates (1951) with A. N Stroh. Phil. Mag., 42, 1401-1405.

  8. Anisotropic elasticity with applications to dislocation (1953) theory with W. T. Read and W. Shockley. Acta Met., 1, 251-259.

  9. Screw dislocations in thin rods (1953) J. Appl. Phys., 24, 176-179.

  10. The equation of motion of a dislocation (1953) Phys. Rev., 90, 248-255. 1

  11. A tentative theory of metallic whisker growth (1953) Phys. Rev., 91, 755-756.

  12. Geometrical and apparent X-ray expansions of a crystal containing lattice defects (1953) J. Appl. Phys., 24, 1249.

  13. Distortion of a crystal by point imperfections (1954) J. Appl. Phys., 25, 255-26l.

  14. The elastic interaction of point defects (1955) Acta Met., 3, 487-490.

  15. Note on the heating effect of moving dislocations with P. I. Pratt. (1956) Acta Met., 560-561.

  16. Supersonic dislocations and dislocations in dispersive media. (1956) Proc. Phys. Soc. (London), B 69, 1013-1019.

  17. The continuum theory of lattice defects. (1956) Solid State Physics, 3, 79-144.

  18. The determination of the elastic field of inclusion and related problems. (1957) Proc. R. Soc. Lond., A 241, 376-396.

  19. A note on the Goner effect. Discussion to “Some observations on field emission from mercury whiskers”, by R. Gomer. (1958) In: Growth and Perfection of Crystals, ed. R. H. Doremus, B, W, Roberts and D. Turnbull, 130-132. New York: Wiley

  20. Charged dislocations and the strength of ionic crystals (1958) with C. W. A. Newey, P. L. Pratt and A. B. Lidiard. Phil. Mag., 3, 75-89.

  21. The twist in a crystal whisker containing a dislocation (1958) Phil. Mag., 3, 440-447.

  22. The elastic model of lattice defects (1958) Ann. der Phys., 1, 116-121.

  23. Stress-induced ordering and strain ageing in low carbon steels (1959) Acta Metall. 7, 631.

  24. Scope and limitations of the continuum approach (1959) In: Internal Stresses and Fatigue in Metals, ed. G. N. Rassweiler and W. I.. Grube, pp. 41-58. Amsterdam: Elsevier.

  25. The elastic field outside an ellipsoidal inclusion (1959) Proc. R. Soc. Lond,, A 252, 561-569.

  26. Elastic inclusions and inhomogeneities (1961) Prog. Solid Mech., 2, 89-140.

  27. Dislocations in visco-elastic materials (1961) Phil. Mag., 6, 953-963.

  28. The interaction of kinks and elastic waves (1962) Proc. R. Soc. Lond., A 222-246.

  29. The energy and line-tension of a dislocation in a hexagonal crystal (1962) with Y. T. Chou. J. Mech. Phys. Solids, 10, 27-34.

  30. The distortion and electrification of plates and rods by dislocations (1962) phys. stat. sol., 2, 1021-1028.

  31. The distribution of dislocations in an elliptical glide zone (1963) phys. stat. sol., 3, 2057-2060.

  32. On the elastic interaction between inclusions Acta Met., 14, 1306-1309. (1966) (Appendix to a paper “On the modulated structure of aged Ni-Al alloys” by A. J. Ardell and R. B. Nicholson.)

  33. A simple derivation of the field of an edge dislocation (1966) Brit. J. Appl. Phys., l7 1131-1135.

  34. The velocity of a wave along a dislocation with T. Laub. (1966) Phil. Mag., 14, 1285-1293.

  35. The interpretation of terminating dislocations with T. Laub. (1967) Canad. 3. Phys., 887-892.

  36. Stress analysis; theory of elasticity (1968) In: Fracture Toughness, ISI Publication 121, ch. 2, pp. 13-29. London: The Iron and Steel Institute.

  37. Stress analysis: fracture mechanics (1968) In: Fracture Toughness, ISI Publication 121, ch. 3, pp. 30-48. London: The Iron and Steel Institute.

  38. The flow of energy into the tip of a moving crack (1968) with C. Atkinson. Int. J. Fracture Mech., 4, 3-8.

  39. Dislocations and the theory of fracture (1968) with B. A. Bilby. In: Fracture, an advanced treatise, ed. H. Liebowitz, 1, pp. 9-l82. New York: Academic Press.

  40. The elastic field of a crack extending non-uniformly under general anti-plane loading (1969) J. Mech Phys. Solids, 17, 177-199. 40a. Axisymmetric stress field around spheroidal inclusions and cavities in a transversely isotropic material, In J. Appl. Mechanics, 36(3), 652 (1969).

  41. The starting of a crack (1969) In: Physics of Strength and Plasticity, the Orowan 65th anniversary volume, ed. A. S. Argon, pp. 263-275. Cambridge, Massachusetts: M.I.T. Press.

  42. Energy relations and the energy-momentum tensor in continuum mechanics (1970) In: Inelastic Behaviour of Solids, ed. M. F. Kanninen, W. F. Adler, A. R. Rosenfield and R. I. Jaffee, pp. 77-115. New York: McGraw-Hill.

  43. The fracture mechanics of flint-knapping and allied processes (1971) with J. G. Fonseca and C. Atkinson. Int. J. Fracture Mech., 7, 421-433.

  44. Fracture Mechanics (1971) Science Progress, 59, 161-179.

  45. Dislocation theory for geophysical applications (1973) Phil. Trans. R. Soc. Lond., A 274, 331-338.

  46. The calculation of energy release rates (1975) In: Prospects of Fracture Mechanics, ed. G. C. Sih, H. C. van Elst and D. Broek, pp. 69-84. Leyden: Noordhoff.

  47. Point defects (1975) In: The Physics of Metals 2. Defects (Vol. 2 of the Sir Nevill Mott 60th anniversary volumes), ed. P. B. Hirsch, pp. 1-42. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

  48. The change of shape of a viscous ellipsoidal region embedded in a slowly deforming matrix having a different viscosity (1975) with B. A. Bilby and A. K. Kundu. Tectonophysics, 28, 265-274.

  49. The elastic energy-momentum tensor (1975) J. Elasticity, 321-335.

  50. The change of shape of a viscous ellipsoidal region embedded in a slowly deforming matrix having a different viscosity - some comments on a discussion by N. C. Gay (1976) with B. A. Bilby, M. L. Kolbuszewski and A. K. Kundu. Tectonophysics, 35, 408-409.

  51. Interaction and diffusion of point defects (1977) In: Vacancies '76, ed. R. E. Smallman and E. Harris, pp 3-10. London: The Metals Society.

  52. Boundary problems (1979) In: Dislocations in Solids, Vol. 1, ed. F. R. N. Nabarro, pp. 167-221. Amsterdam:

  53. The force on a disclination in a liquid crystal (1980) Phil. Mag., A 42, 359-367.

  54. The energy-momentum tensor of complex continua (1980) In: Continuum models of discrete systems, ed. E. Kroner and K.-H. Anthony, pp. 651-665. Waterloo: University of Waterloo Press.

  55. Aspects of the theory of dislocations (1982) In: Mechanics of Solids, the Rodney Hill 60th anniversary volume, ed. H. G. Hopkins and M. J. Sewell, pp. 185-225. Oxford: Pergamon Press.

  56. Technical note: The stresses on and in a thin inextensible fibre in a stretched elastic medium (1982) Engineering Fracture Mechanics, 16, 453-455.