Nanomaterials by Severe Plastic Deformation

Nanomaterials by Severe Plastic Deformation

Editor(s): Michael Zehetbauer, Ruslan Z. Valiev

Published Online: 28 JAN 2005

Print ISBN: 9783527306596

Online ISBN: 9783527602469

DOI: 10.1002/3527602461

About this Book

These proceedings of the "Second International Conference on Nanomaterials by Severe Plastic Deformation" review the enormous scientific avalanche that has been developing in the field over recent years. A valuable resource for any scientist and engineer working in this emerging field of nanotechnology.

Table of contents

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  1. Part I: Reasons to Use Nanostructured Materials

    1. Scale Levels of Plastic Flow and Mechanical Properties of Nanostructured Materials (pages 37–43)

      Victor E. Panin, Alexey V. Panin, Prof. Ruslan Z. Valiev, Ludmila S. Derevyagina and Vladimir I. Kopylov

  2. Part II: Large Strain Cold Working and Microstructure

  3. Part III: Unique Features of SPD - Microstructure and Properties

    1. Nano- and Submicrocrystalline Structure Formation during High Pressure Torsion of Al-Sc and Al-Mg-Sc Alloys (pages 158–164)

      S.V. Dobatkin, V.V. Zakharov, R.Z. Valiev, A.Yu. Vinogradov, T.D. Rostova, N.A. Krasilnikov, E.N. Bastarash and I.B. Trubitsyna

    2. Mechanical Properties of AZ91 Alloy after Equal Channel Angular Pressing (pages 190–193)

      Kristian Máthis, Alexandre Mussi, Zuzanka Trojanová, Pavel Lukác, Edgar Rauch and János Lendvai

    3. Low Temperature Strain Rate Sensitivity of Some Nanostructured Metals (pages 207–212)

      E.D. Tabachnikova, V. Z. Bengus, V.D. Natsik, A.V. Podolskii, S. N. Smirnov, R.Z. Valiev, V.V. Stolyarov and I.V. Alexandrov

  4. Part IV: Modelling of SPD and Mechanical Properties of SPD Materials

  5. Part V: Texture Evolution and Simulation during SPD

  6. Part VI: Details of SPD Nanostructures as Investigated by Electron Microscopy

    1. Structural Models and Mechanisms for the Formation of High-Energy Nanostructures under Severe Plastic Deformation (pages 381–386)

      A. N. Tyumentsev, A. D. Korotaev, Yu. P. Pinzhin, I. A. Ditenberg, I. Yu. Litovchenko, N. S. Surikova, S. V. Ovchinnikov, N. V. Shevchenko and R. Z. Valiev

  7. Part VII: Analyses of SPD Materials by Selected Physical Methods

    1. Anelastic Properties of Nanocrystalline Magnesium (pages 413–419)

      Zuzanka Trojanová, Bernd Weidenfeller, Pavel Lukác, Werner Riehemann and Miroslav Stank

  8. Part VIII: Influence of Deformation Parameters to SPD Nanostructures

  9. Part IX: New Methods of SPD

    1. Severe Plastic Deformation by Twist Extrusion (pages 511–516)

      Y. Beygelzimer, V. Varyukhin, D. Orlov, S. Synkov, A. Spuskanyuk and Y. Pashinska

  10. Part X: SPD with Ball Milling and Powder Consolidation

  11. Part XI: Mechanical Properties and Thermostability of Nanocrystalline Structures

    1. Dependence of Thermal Stability of Ultra Fine Grained Metals on Grain Size (pages 630–635)

      J. Cížek, I. Procházka, R. Kužel, M. Cieslar, I. Stulíková and R.K. Islamgaliev

  12. Part XII: Influence of Deformation Path to Properties of SPD Materials

  13. Part XIII: Features and Mechanisms of Superelasticity in SPD Materials

  14. Part XIV: Mechanisms of Diffusion Related Processes in Nanocrystalline Materials

    1. Self-Diffusion of 147Nd in Nanocrystalline Nd2Fe14B (pages 767–772)

      W. Sprengel, V. Barbe, S. Herth, T. Wejrzanowski, O. Gutfleisch, P.D. Eversheim, R. Würschum and H.-E. Schaefer

  15. Part XV: Application of SPD Materials

    1. Mechanical Properties of Severely Plastically Deformed Titanium (pages 810–816)

      L. Zeipper, M. Zehetbauer, B. Mingler, E. Schafler, G. Korb and H. P. Karnthaler

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