- Language: English
- 229 Pages
- Published: August 2011
- Region: Global
Nanostructured Materials Processed by SPD
- Published: October 2008
- Region: Global
- 166 Pages
- Trans Tech Publications Inc
Special topic volume with invited papers only.
Nanostructured materials, in which the structural features (e.g., grains and/or domains separated by low-angle grain boundaries) are smaller than 100nm in at least one dimension, have attracted worldwide research interest for more than a decade because of their unique properties. For example, the combination of high strength with high ductility has been reported for some nanostructured metals and alloys: this is a rare, if not impossible, combination of mechanical properties for coarse-grained metals and alloys. Among the many techniques available for producing nanostructured materials, severe plastic deformation (SPD) is the most popular and most rapidly developing one.
The present editors invited prominent researchers in this field to contribute research and review papers, on the advances made in nanostructured materials processing by SPD, to this special-topic book.
The ten papers cover a wide range of issues that are of primordial interest to the SPD research community including: mechanical properties, microstructures, theoretical aspects of plastic behavior and recent development in practical SPD techniques.
This book will therefore be essential reading for those having an interest in studying or using the SPD method.
Eds: Xiaozhou Liao and Yonghao Zhao.
Recent Developments of Severe Plastic Deformation Techniques for Processing Bulk Nanostructured Materials
Mechanical Properties of Nanocrystalline Materials Produced by In Situ Consolidation Ball Milling
C.C. Koch, K.M. Youssef and R.O. Scattergood
Superplastic Behavior in Ultrafine-Grained Materials Produced by Equal-Channel Angular Pressing
C. Xu, M. Kawasaki, R.B. Figueiredo, Z.C. Duan and T.G. Langdon
Plastic Behavior of Metals in Reverse Straining after Large Pre-Strains
Bulk Ultrafine and Nanostructured Materials from Consolidation of Particles by Severe Plastic Deformation
Ultrafine and Nanostructured Refractory Metals Processed by SPD: Microstructure and Mechanical Properties
Q. Wei, K.T. Ramesh, L.J. Kecskes, S.N. Mathaudhu and K.T. Hartwig
Surface Nanocrystallization by Surface Mechanical Attrition Treatment
N.R. Tao, J. Lu and K. Lu
Synthesis of Bulk Nanocrystalline Materials and Bulk Metallic Glasses by Repeated Cold Rolling and Folding (RCR)
Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of Nanostructured Metals Produced by High Strain Deformation
N. Kamikawa, H.W. Zhang, X.X. Huang and N. Hansen
Deformation Twins and Stacking Faults in an AA5182 Al-Mg Alloy Processed by High Pressure Torsion
M.P. Liu, H.J. Roven, M. Murashkin and R.Z. Valiev