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Editors: Altan, Burhanettin (Michigan Technological University)
Book Description:
It has been already well established that the nanostructured materials (materials with a grain size of 100 nm or less) is the future materials. Nanostructured materials possess properties superior to those of conventional, coarse grained materials. Hence designing potentially cost efficient and environmentally friendly products with better performance is a possibility. Among others, nanostructured materials exhibit increased strength, hardness and ductility and provide an opportunity for superplastic forming. When all the procedures in use for the production of nanostructured materials are examined, only severe plastic deformation (SPD) processes exhibit a potential for producing rela-tively large samples suitable for industrial applications.

In this monograph, the state-of-the-art on severe plastic deformation methods is presented in one volume. The monograph is organized into eight chapters, each of which contains papers on different aspect of severe plastic deformation methods prepared by the experts in this field. The topics covered in the monograph are structure formation, phase transformation, superplasticity, mechanical properties of nanostructured materials, electronic and magnetic properties of nanostructured materials, deformation analysis, novel SPD methods, commercialization of ECAE method

Table of Contents:

Part 1 - Structure Formation

Chapter 1.1 - Processing mechanics and structure formation during SPD'; pp. 1-22
(Vladimir Segal).

Chapter 1.2 - Physical Fundamentals Of Formation And Stabilization Of Nanostructures In Metals And Multiphase Alloys Under Severe Plastic Deformation; pp. 23-36
(Nina I. Noskova and Radik R. Mulyukov)

Chapter 1.3 - The Limit of Grain Refinement during ECAP Deformation; pp. 37-58
(Vladimir I. Kopylov and Vladimir N. Chuvil’deev).

Chapter 1.4 - Modeling of Grain Boundary Structure in Nanostructured Materials; pp. 59-72
(Airat A. Nazarov)

Chapter 1.5 - Severe Plastic Deformation of Single Crystals;
pp. 73-94
(Vladimir Levit and Natalia Smirnova).

Chapter 1.6 - Structure and Properties of Near-nanostructured Iron;
pp. 95-112
(Bing Q. Han, Farghalli A. Mohamed and Enrique J. Lavernia)

Part 2 - Phase Transformation

Chapter 2.1 - Ausforming and Marforming of NiTi Shape Memory Alloys Using Severe Plastic Deformation; pp. 115-135
(A. V. Kulkarni, I. Karaman, H. E. Karaca and Z.P. Luo)

Chapter 2.2 - Anomalous Phase Transformations During Severe Cold Deformation Leading to Formation of Nanocrystalline Alloys;
pp. 137-152
(V. V. Sagaradze)

Chapter 2.3 - The structure and properties of iron-based nanocrystalline alloys prodused using cyclic martensitic transformations; pp. 153-169
(V. V. Sagaradze)

Chapter 2.4 - Phase Transformation in Intermetallics Induced by Shock-wave Loading; pp. 167-180
(B.A.Greenberg, N.V.Kazantseva, V.P.Pilugin, E.V.Shorokhov)

Part 3 - Mechanical Properties

Chapter 3.1 - Influence of Structure Features on Physical Properties of Nanocrystalline Metals from Severe Plastic Deformation; pp. 183-192
(Radik R. Mulyukov)

Chapter 3.2 - Structural Sensitivity of Mechanical Properties SPD Materials; pp. 193-212
(Sergij O. Firstov, Yury M. Podrezov).

Chapter - 3.3 Microstucture/Mechanical Properties Relationship in SePD Materials; pp. 213-231
(Alla V. Sergueeva, Nathan A. Mara, and Amiya K. Mukherjee)

Chapter 3.4 - Room Temperature Mechanical Properties of Submicrocrystalline Commercial Aluminum Alloys Processed by Severe Plastic Deformation; pp. 233-247
(Michael V. Markushev and Alexei Vinogradov)

Chapter 3.5 - Internal Long-range Stress Fields in Ultrafine Grained Materials; pp. 249-274
(Nina A. Koneva)

Chapter 3.6 - Mechanisms of Creep in Bulk Nanostructured Metallic Materials; pp. 275-293
(Yu.R. Kolobov, G.P. Grabovetskaya)

Chapter 3.7 - Structure and Resistance to Deformation of UFG Metals and Alloys; pp. 295-332
(Eduard V. Kozlov)

Chapter 3.8 - Improving the Mechanical Properties of Severely Deformed Zinc-based Za Alloys through Equal-channel Angular Extrusion; pp. 333-348
(G. Purcek, B. S. Altan, I. Miskioglu and A. G. Patil)

Part 4 - Superplasticity

Chapter 4.1 - Enhanced Superplasticity of SPD-produced Nanostructured Metallic Materials; pp. 351-368
(R. K. Islamgaliev, R. Z .Valiev)

Chapter 4.2 - Low-temperature Superplasticity in Commercial Magnesium Alloys Processed by ECAP; pp. 369-379
(Vladimir N. Chuvil’deev, Tai-gang Nieh, Mikhail Yu. Gryaznov, Vladimir I. Kopylov, Anatoly N. Sysoev)

Chapter 4.3 - Superplasticity and Solid-state Bonding of Materials; pp 381-398
(Ramil Ya. Lutfullin)

Part 5 - Magnetic and Electronic Properties

Chapter 5.1 - Characteristics of Electronic Structure for Nanocrystalline Metal; pp. 401-414
(Evgenij A. Litvinov and Radik R. Mulyukov)

Chapter 5.2 - Magnetic Properties and Defects in Palladium, Titanium and Copper after Severe Plastic Deformation; pp. 415-430
(Andrej A. Rempel, Svetlana Z. Nazarova and Aleksandr I. Gusev)

Chapter 5.3 - Severe Plastic Deformation of the Hard Magnetic Materials Based on R2fe14b (R = Nd, Pr) Intermetallics; pp. 431-445
(A. G. Popov, A. S. Ermolenko)

Part 6 - Deformation Analysis in SPD

Chapter 6.1 - Finite Element Simulation of Equal Channel Angular Pressing; pp. 449-468
(György Krallics, Dmitry Malgin).

Chapter 6.2 - Thermo-Mechanical Finite Element Analysis of Equal Channel Angular Pressing; pp. 469-479
(Qing-Xiang Pei and Chun Lu)

Part 7 - State of the Art in SPD methods

Chapter 7.1 - A novel method for the production of bulk nanostructured materials: Equal-channel angular extrusion (ECAE); pp. 483-507
(Gencaga Purcek, Burhanettin S. Altan, Ibrahim Miskioglu)

Chapter 7.2 - Nanograined Structure In Steels Prepared by Severe Plastic Deformation; pp. 509-531
(Minoru Umemoto and Yoshikazu Todaka)

Chapter 7.3 - Microstructure of Bimetallic Joint Of Titanium and Orthorhombic Titanium Aluminide (Explosion Welding); pp. 533-543
(Bella A. Greenberg, Valerii V. Rybin, and Olga V. Antonova)

Chapter 7.4 - Production of Bulk Nanostructured Metals by Accumulative Roll Bonding (ARB) Process; pp. 545-565
(Nobuhiro Tsuji)

Chapter 7.5 - Al 1050 Plates Processed by Constrained Groove Pressing; pp. 567-581
(Jon Alkorta, Javier Gil Sevillano)

Part 8 - Commercialization

Chapter 8.1 - Scale Up and Commercialization of ECAE Sputtering Products with Submicrocrystalline Structures; pp. 585-601
(S. Ferrasse, V.M. Segal, F. Alford, S. Strothers, J. Kardokus, S. Grabmeier, J.Evans)


   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2006
   ISBN: 1-59454-508-1
   Status: AV
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