Dimensional Effects in Micro- and Nanostructural Changes in Grain and Intragrained Structure of Steel 45 at Static-pulse Treatment

Authors A.V. Kirichek1 , A.P. Kuzmenko2 , D.L. Soloviev3, S.V. Barinov3, A.Yu. Altukhov2, S.A. Silantiev3 , A.N. Grechukhin2, Myo Min Than2, M.B. Dobromyslov4

1 Bryansk State Technical University, 7, Bulvar 50-letiya Oktyabrya, Bryansk, Russia

2 South-West State University, 94, 50 let Octyabrya Str., 305040 Kursk, Russia

3 Murom Institute (branch) of Vladimir State University by A.G. and N.G. Stoletov, 23, Orlovskaya Str., Murom, Russia

4 Pacific National University, 136, Tikhookeanskaya St., Khabarovsk, Russia

Issue Volume 7, Year 2015, Number 4
Dates Received 29 September 2015; published online 10 December 2015
Citation A.V. Kirichek, A.P. Kuzmenko, D.L. Soloviev, et al., J. Nano- Electron. Phys. 7 No 4, 04023 (2015)
PACS Number(s) 62.20.F –, 81.40. – z
Keywords Plastic deformation (5) , Static-pulse deformation, Shock-wave mechanism, The size effect, Self-organization of dislocations.
Annotation Conducted macro-, micro- and nanostructured materials were investigated by the influence of sample sizes of steel 45 in the form of a parallelepiped, after intense static pulse processing in plastic deformation as in the single (150 J), and pulsed (25 J) impact with a frequency of 23 Hz. When all modes of processing bulk samples found structuring self-organized formation of dislocations. With a single exposure revealed as filling pearlite grains periodic dislocations (200 nm), and the formation of dislocation-free regions. When a periodic pulse treatment of the samples with transverse dimensions fold speed of propagation of elastic waves and shock waves as well as the related transport velocity of dislocations turns shockwave mechanism causing the formation of alternating strips of ferritic and pearlite walls (25 microns), wherein the pearlite wall completely or partially filled with dislocations.

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