Интенсивная пластическая деформация меди при криогенной температуре

Translated title of the contribution: Severe plastic deformation of copper at cryogenic temperature

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Abstract

The production of metallic submicrocrystalline and nanocrystalline materials with desired physicochemical properties is an important problem of modern materials science [1]. To date, several attempts have been made to grind grain size through deformation at a cryogenic temperature [2–4], and most of this work was carried out on highly plastic copper. An urgent task is a detailed study of the microstructure after cryogenic deformation, as well as its formation mechanisms. This work was aimed at certifying the microstructure of copper subjected to low-temperature deformation. For the certification of the microstructure, a relatively new method of automatic analysis of backscattered electron diffraction patterns (EBSD) was used [5].
Translated title of the contributionSevere plastic deformation of copper at cryogenic temperature
Original languageRussian
Pages123-126
Number of pages4
Publication statusPublished - 21 Mar 2011
EventRussian conference “Mavlutovskie chteniya” - Ufa, Russian Federation
Duration: 21 Mar 201124 Mar 2011

Conference

ConferenceRussian conference “Mavlutovskie chteniya”
CountryRussian Federation
CityUfa
Period21/03/1124/03/11

Keywords

  • submicrocrystalline structure
  • nanocrystalline materials
  • cryogenic temperatures

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