Damping of nanocrystalline materials: a review

R. Muluykov1, A. Pshenichnuk1, J. Baimova1*
1Institute for Metals Superplasticity Problems, Ufa
Abstract
High defect concentration and non-equilibrium state of nanocrystalline materials can lead to considerable increase of damping capacity, thus the investigation of dumping of the nanocrystalline metals produced by severe plastic deformation is of high importance nowadays. In this review, the latest achievements on the studying of the damping and structure of nanocrystalline materials are discussed for different metals and alloys. The results for amplitude and temperature dependences on internal friction for nanocrystalline metals and alloys prepared by different methods are presented. The results received for amplitude dependence of internal friction are analyzed in the connection with the mechanisms of dissipation of grain and grain boundary dislocations. The comparison of Bordoni, Snoek-Koster and grain boundary peaks, which were found on the temperature dependence of the internal friction is presented for metals in two states: nanocrystalline and coarse grained. After a brief overview of the production of nanocrystaline materials, the focus is set on the damping and structure as well as some mechanical properties of these materials. Both experimental and theoretical investigations of damping capacity in connection with strength properties together with some typical examples are presented. Open issues in the development of nanocrystalline materials with high internal friction are discussed in the conclusion section.
Accepted: 01 January 2016
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