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Title: Nanostructuring of a Surface Layer as a Way to Improve the Mechanical Properties of Hypoeutectic Silumin
Authors: Kondratyuk, Alexey Alekseevich
Ivanov, Yuriy Fedorovich
Klopotov, A. A.
Ustinov, A. M.
Abzaev, Yu. A.
Petrikova, E. A.
Teresov, A. D.
Tolkachev, A. S.
Keywords: наноструктурирование; поверхностные слои; механические свойства; силумины; электронные пучки; плавление; кристаллизация; прочностные свойства; механические испытания; деформации; корреляция; изображения; оптические системы
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: IOP Publishing
Citation: Nanostructuring of a Surface Layer as a Way to Improve the Mechanical Properties of Hypoeutectic Silumin / А. А. Kondratyuk, Yu. F. Ivanov, A. A. Klopotov [et al.] // IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering. — Bristol : IOP Publishing, 2020. — Vol. 731 : Advanced Materials for Engineering and Medicine (AMEM-2019) : International science and technology conference for youth, 30 September-5 October 2019, Tomsk, Russian Federation : [proceedings]. — [012013, 6 p.].
Abstract: The irradiation of hypoeutectic silumin 383.1 with an intense pulsed electron beam in the melting mode and rapid crystallization of the surface layer has been performed. A multiphase submicron nanostructured surface layer with a thickness of up to 70 nm has been formed. Mechanical tests of the irradiated silumin samples in tensile experiments have been carried out. A significant increase in strength and plastic properties of silumin irradiated with an electron beam has been established. Features and patterns in the distribution of displacement fields in the deformation process in surface layers of the samples in realtime have been identified by digital image correlation method using the optical measuring system VIC-3D.
URI: http://earchive.tpu.ru/handle/11683/58057
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