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Examining the Main Relationships of Grain Boundary Diffusion and Properties of Nanostructured Materials

Published on April 8, 2009 at 5:26 AM

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The authors examine the main relationships of the process of grain boundary diffusion in bicrystals, coarse-grained polycrystals and nanostructured materials.

The results of investigations of diffusion-related processes of recovery, recystallisation and development of plastic deformation in creep, static and cyclic loading in bulk nanocructured materials produced by high-intensity plastic deformation are presented.

Author: Yu.R. Kolobov, et al Russian Academy of Sciences

Title Index:

  1. Methods of producing bulk nanostructured metals and alloys
  2. Relationships and models of the process of grain boundary diffusion in poly- and bicrystals
  3. Special features of grain boundary diffusion in nanocrystalline and nanostructured materials
  4. Thermal stability of the structure and mechanical properties of nanostructured materials
  5. Diffusion-activated creep of nanostructured materials
  6. Effects of the structural-phase condition on elastoplastic properties of nanostructured titanium in static and cyclic loading
  7. Superplasticity of nanostructured materials
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