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5)) is often not appropriate, so that it is best to directly measure the unstressed interplanar spacing using asymmetrical reﬂection methods [15,16,20]. IV. INFLUENCE OF SURFACES One of the principal microstructural features of thin ﬁlms is the high density of surfaces relative to conventional bulk materials. In addition to the ﬁlm–substrate interface and the ﬁlm free surface, there can be grain boundaries in polycrystalline ﬁlms and interlayer interfaces in multilayered thin ﬁlms. These surfaces can have a signiﬁcant eﬀect on the mechanical behavior of thin ﬁlms, in general, and the internal stress, in particular.
Part of the heat ﬂows into one member, whereas the remainder ﬂows into the other. However, not all the energy mentioned above will be liberated as heat. In fact, only the work bringing about plastic or viscous deformation may be liberated as substantial heat. Therefore, only the plastic or viscous zones may be the most possible heat sources. The use of Eq. (1) will obviously overestimate the quantity of frictional heat. As soon as frictional heat is generated, the plastic zones and the material near the contact interface encounter a temperature rise.
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