Production of Quasicomposite Surface Layer of a Metal Material by Shock Wave Strain Hardening

Authors A.V. Kirichek1 , D.L. Soloviev2, A.Y. Altukhov1

1 Southwest State University, 94, 50 Let Oktyabrya Str., 305040 Kursk, Russia

2 Murom Institute (branch) of Vladimir State University, 23, Orlovskaya Str., 602264 Murom, Russia

Issue Volume 6, Year 2014, Number 3
Dates Received 19 May 2014; published online 15 July 2014
Citation A.V. Kirichek, D.L. Soloviev, A.Y. Altukhov, J. Nano- Electron. Phys. 6 No 3, 03070 (2014)
PACS Number(s) 83.50. – v, 61.72. – y
Keywords Surface layer (3) , Trengthening (3) , Deformation wave (2) , Surface plastic deformation (2) , Multi-layer organization, Metal material, Heterogeneous structure, Hardness (12) , Striker, Waveguide (7) .
Annotation Quite often in order to improve the performance of a product it is necessary to form a strengthened structure that will be extremely hard and have good plasticity at the same time. One way to meet this challenge is to apply shock wave mechanical hardening to produce micro- or nanocrystalline heterogeneous structures in homogeneous metals or alloys. A peculiar feature of such structure is its layer-by-layer formation with smooth transition between hard and plastic areas, which improves the performance of the strengthened item significantly

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