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  • Author:
    V. V. Pustovalov
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    1604569654
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    Nova Science Pub Inc; UK ed. edition (October 1, 2008)
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Download books for free. In this title, the results of observations and investigations of a new phenomenon - changes in the macroscopic characteristics of the plastic deformation of metals and alloys at a superconducting transition - are systematised.

Download books for free. In these works it is shown for the first time that the electronic drag of dislocations accompanying low-temperature deformation is effective.

state due to a magnetic field, and the curve of. Plasticity of Metals and Alloys. 13. nonstationary creep was recorded.

deformation is a complicated process, which includes dislocation motion (thermally activated, quantum, and dynamical) and the appearance, annihilation, and interaction of dislocations. In such an approach it becomes possible to discuss the influence of a superconducting transition on the plasticity, since the dynamical behavior of a dislocation is determined not only by the interaction with phonons but also with the conduction electrons. state due to a magnetic field, and the curve of.

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Different hypotheses as to the mechanism for this effect are stated and compared with experiment. The experimental and theoretical papers on the low-temperature jumplike deformation are discussed, and conjectures as to the mechanism for the effect are set forth. Influence of cyclic change of normal and superconducting states on the deformation of Pb-In alloys.

The book of articles is intended for the material science and metallurgy specialists and can be usefully for the . Development of electron-ion-plasma method for surface modification of metals and alloys Ivanov Y.

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B. Fiks, Ionic Conductivity in Metals and Semiconductors, Nauka, Moscow (1969). V. I. Startsev, V. Il'ichev, and V. Pustovalov, Plasticity and Strength of Metals and Alloys at Low Temperatures, Metallurgiya, Moscow (1975). 31. E. Gromov, V. Stashenko, O. A. Troitskii, et a. Izv.

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Plasticity of metals and alloys V. Pustovalov. 62. /633 22. Personal Name: Pustovalov, V. (Vitalii? Valentinovich). Plasticity of metals and alloys V. Download PDF book format. Choose file format of this book to download: pdf chm txt rtf doc. Download this format book. Book's title: Plasticity of metals and alloys V. Library of Congress Control Number: 2008033024. Publication, Distribution, etc.

Book Publishing WeChat. ABSTRACT: A new approach is proposed to describe the autowave processes responsible for plastic deformation localiza-tion in metals and alloys. Pustovalov, Serrated Deformation of Metals and Alloys at Low Temperatures, Low Temperature Physics, Vol. 34, 2008, pp. 683-723. The existence of a quasi-particle, which corresponds to a localized plastic flow autowave, is postulated and its characteristics are determined. The above postulate leads to a number of cor-ollaries and quantitative assessments that are considered herein.

This work features the results of observations and investigations of a new phenomenon - changes in the macroscopic characteristics of the plastic deformation of metals and alloys at a superconducting transition.