The Effect of the Superconducting Transition on Plastic Deformation of Ultrafine-Grained Aluminum (pages 9–15)
Yuri Estrin, Vera Fomenko, Tatyana Grigorova, Nikolai Isaev, Vitaliy Pustovalov, Sergiy Shumilin and Milos Janecek
Version of Record online: 19 FEB 2009 | DOI: 10.1002/adem.200800251
The mechanical properties at a record low temperature of 0.52 K on the mechanical behavior of ultrafine- and coarse-grained aluminum, as well as the mechanical response to the superconducting transition, are presented. The strain hardening behavior and the magnitude of the stress jumps associated with the superconducting transition are related to the microstructure of the material produced by severe plastic deformation.