Pitting corrosion in cold-deformed 12Cr18Ni10Ti stainless steelRead annotation Download PDF
The results of studies on pitting corrosion of 12Cr18Ni10Ti stainless steel austenized after tensile testing at room and low (−20 and −60°C ) temperatures are given. It has been established that local corrosion resistance of cold-deformed stainless steel depends on strain and temperature which determine structure-phase state of material. It is shown that at low degrees of deformation dislocation substructure formed of quasi-homogeneous honeycomb type which has a stabilizing effect on the state of the steel, resulting in increase of resistance to corrosion. Large degree of plastic deformation (>30%) along with the formation processes of high fragmented inhomogeneous structure in 12Cr18Ni10Ti steel initiate phase transformation γ → α΄ to form α΄-martensite, which negatively affects the corrosion resistance of the material.
On localized plastic deformation in irradiated 12Cr18Ni10Ti austenitic stainless steelRead annotation Download PDF
Localized plastic flow in non-irradiated and irradiated with neutrons 12Cr18Ni10Ti stainless steel was investigated using mechanical testing and deformation microcalorimetric method. Mechanisms of necking evolution attributed to γ→α martensitic transformation were identified.
Changes in the electrical resistivity and magnetization of non-irradiated and irradiated Х18Н9 steel in deformation and annealing processesRead annotation Download PDF
The determination of the parameters of the nucleation of the neck by the magnetic method in 12Х18Н10Т steel irradiated with neutronsRead annotation Download PDF
Study of technogenic changes of geological media in geophysical parameters for the monitoring of nuclear energy facilities’ safetyRead annotation Download PDF
Influence of equal-channel angular compression modes on the formation of the structure and properties of the AMts alloyRead annotation Download PDF