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1402039220
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Yuntian T. Zhu,Viktor Varyukhin
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Engineering
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Springer; 2006 edition (December 7, 2005)
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Yuntian T. Zhu. Viktor Varyukhin.

Nanostructured Materials by High-Pressure Severe Plastic Deformation. Recently, it was reported that nanostructured materials processed under high pressure by HPT and ECAP have an extraordinary combination of both high strength and high ductility, which are two desirable, but rarely co-existing properties. These findings indicate that high-pressure is a critical factor that can be employed to process nanostructured materials with superior mechanical, and possibly also physical, properties. Yuntian T.

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Nanostructured Materials by High-Pressure Severe Plastic Deformation Zhu Yuntian . Varyukhin Viktor Springer 9781402039218 : Includes papers that cover areas of high pressure effect on the . Описание: Nanostructured materials are one of the highest profile classes of materials in science and engineering today, and will continue to be well into the future. Описание: This book arises from the NATO Advanced Study Institute "Nanostructured and Advanced Materials for Applications in Sensor, Optoelectronic and Photovoltaic Technology" held in Sozopol, Bulgaria, in September 2004.

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Recently, it was reported that nanostructured materials processed under high pressure by HPT and ECAP have an extraordinary combination of both high strength and high ductility .

Recently, it was reported that nanostructured materials processed under high pressure by HPT and ECAP have an extraordinary combination of both high strength and high ductility, which are two desirable, but rarely co-existing properties.

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Recently, it was reported that nanostructured materials processed under high pressure by HPT and ECAP have an extraordinary combination of both high strength and high ductility, which are two desirable, but rarely co-existing properties. These findings indicate that high-pressure is a critical factor that can be employed to process nanostructured materials with superior mechanical, and possibly also physical, properties. It is the objective of this workshop to review our current knowledge, identify issues for future research, and discuss future directions on the processing and properties of nanostructured materials via SPD techniques, with a special emphasis on high-pressure effects.

The 42 peer-reviewed papers in this book cover areas of high pressure effect on the nanostructure and properties of SPD-processed materials, fundamentals of nanostructured materials, development of high-pressure SPD technologies for commercializations, recent advances of SPD technologies as well as applications and future markets of SPD-processed nanostructured materials.