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Severe Plastic Deformation Techniques

Edited by Marcello Cabibbo

National Research Council, Italy

Grain size is recognized as a key microstructural factor affecting mechanical and, to some extent, physical properties of metals and metallic materials. For this reason, all the means designed to control and modify the grain size are considered a proper way to design and tailor metallic materials with desired properties. In this sense, microstructure refinement through severe plastic deformation (SPD) techniques can be considered a key method for this purpose. A typical SPD process is currently defined as any method of metal forming under extensive hydrostatic pressure intended to impose a very high strain on a bulk solid without involving any significant change in the overall dimensions and having the ability to produce exceptional grain refinement. What makes SPD processing techniques so popular and attractive is the possibility of using them to enhance the strength behavior of conventional metallic materials by a factor of up to eight for pure metals such as copper and by some 30-50% for alloys. Despite the impressive property improvement achievable with SPD techniques, their uptake by industry has been rather sluggish. This book intends to give a panorama of the typical SPD techniques intended to optimize the mechanical and physical properties of metals through a significant grain size reduction process. Modeling for this purpose is also presented.

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Severe Plastic Deformation TechniquesEdited by Marcello Cabibbo

Published: August 9th 2017

DOI: 10.5772/66556

ISBN: 978-953-51-3426-8

Print ISBN: 978-953-51-3425-1

Copyright year: 2017

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1. Ultrafine-Grained Materials Fabrication with High Pressure Torsion and Simulation of Plastic Deformation Inhomogeneous Characteristics

By Yuepeng Song, Wenke Wang, Miaomiao Chen, Jing Guo, Lingfeng Xu, Dongsheng Gao and Hyoung Seop Kim

607

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2. Mechanical Properties and Microstructure Development in Ultrafine‐grained Materials Processed by Equal‐channel Angular Pressing

By Peter Minárik, Tomáš Krajňák, Ondřej Srba, Jakub Čížek, Jenő Gubicza, Milan Dopita, Radomír Kužel and Miloš Janeček

477

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3. Numerical and Experimental Study on Constrained Groove Pressing

By Yanjin Guan and Zongshen Wang

435

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4. High‐Pressure Torsion: Experiments and Modeling

By Marina Borodachenkova, Wei Wen and António Manuel de Bastos Pereira

572

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5. Cu-Cr and Cu-Fe Alloys Processed by New Severe Plastic Deformation: Microstructure and Properties

By Kinga Rodak

433

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6. Thermal Stability of Ultra-Fine Grained Microstructure in Mg and Ti Alloys

By Jitka Stráská, Pavel Zháňal, Kristína Václavová, Josef Stráský, Petr Harcuba, Jakub Čížek and Miloš Janeček

441

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7. New Combined Technology of Deformation “Rolling-Equal Channel Angular Pressing”, Allowing to Obtain Metals and Alloys with Sub-Ultra-fine-Grained Structure

By Abdrakhman Naizabekov, Sergey Lezhnev, Evgeniy Panin and Irina Volokitina

429

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8. Innovative Applications of Ultrafine-Grained Materials

By Jie Xu, Bin Guo and Debin Shan

603

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