The monograph is devoted to the study of the features of the structure formation process and the possibility of obtaining an extremely fine-grained structure in an fcc metal subjected to plastic deformation at a cryogenic temperature, using as an example pure copper. Attention is paid to the study of the formation of the structure and the main mechanisms of cryogenic plastic deformation by rolling methods, shell precipitation, shell precipitation followed by rolling, shell precipitation followed by “abc” deformation, as well as shear under high pressure; the study of the effect of prolonged exposure at room temperature on the stability of the structure of cryogenically-deformed technically pure copper; assessment of the effectiveness of the use of cryogenic deformation for grinding the structural components in technically pure copper as compared with similar deformation at room temperature. The book may be useful to specialists dealing with the problems of solid state physics, nanomaterials and nanotechnologies.
|Translated title of the contribution||Cryogenic plastic deformation of technically pure copper. Mechanisms, features of structure formation, stability|
|Number of pages||169|
|Publication status||Published - 30 Jul 2012|
- cryogenic deformation
- plastic deformation
- structure stability