By J. Gerhold (auth.), U. Balu Balachandran, K. Ted Hartwig, Donald U. Gubser, Victoria A. Bardos (eds.)
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Extra resources for Advances in Cryogenic Engineering Materials : Volume 46, Part A
The sequence of appearance and lifetime of these substructures in the deformation process are controlled by temperature, deformation rate, grain sizes and stacking fault energies (SFE). Advances in Cryogenic Engineering (Materials), Volume 46. , Kluwer Academic / Plenum Publishers, 2000. >-Kt upon the plasticity of Fe-Cr-Ni alloys. 2-295 K. Under these conditions the alloys can be stable (Ni>20%) and metastable (Ni<20%). 5 mm in diameter and 35 mm long in gauge length were deformed in liquid coolants (helium, hydrogen, nitrogen, cooled gasoline).
It is assumed that the formation of the martensite texture during low temperature deformation (240-77 K) of the alloys studied contributes significantly to their plasticity increase. INTRODUCTION When fcc metals and alloys undergo deformation, their dislocation structure changes and substructures such as chaotic, dislocation pileups, inhomogenous net, cellular, twinning and other formations develop in a certain sequence [I]. At different stages of deformation several kinds of substructures can simultaneously be present in the alloy.
Verkin Institute for Low Temperature Physics and Engineering National Academy of Sciences of the Ukraine Kharkov, 310 164, Ukraine ABSTRACT The dependence of the martensitic start temperature Ms on the yield strength was derived analytically. The dependence involves the change in value of the critical yield strength at which no martensitic transformation occurs in an alloy during cooling. It takes into account both the thermodynamic and mechanical characteristics of the alloy, enabling correct estimation of Ms and prediction of its values when the yield strength of the alloy changes.
Advances in Cryogenic Engineering Materials : Volume 46, Part A by J. Gerhold (auth.), U. Balu Balachandran, K. Ted Hartwig, Donald U. Gubser, Victoria A. Bardos (eds.)