Papers accepted for publication


A feature of the bainitic structure formed upon slow continuous cooling of chromium-nickel-molybdenum steels containing 0.1-0.15% C is the complete absence of precipitates of the carbide phase. It has been shown that carbide-free bainite in such steels is a two-phase ferrite-austenitic structure and, at almost the same level of strength, has a higher level of toughness than steel with bainite containing carbide precipitates.

Carbide-Free-Bainite in Low Carbon Construction Steels

A.Y. Kaletin, J.V. Kaletina, M.A. Ryzhkov
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Journal section: Structure design and analysis

Laser induced periodic surface strictures (LIPSS) formed on titanium alloy VT6 (Ti6Al4V) surfaces after irradiation with fs-laser pulses (320 fs, 1030 nm)

Structural-phase state of near-surface layers of VT6 titanium alloy after femtosecond laser treatment

M.V. Zhidkov, N.A. Smirnov, J. Chen, S.I. Kudryashov, M.N. Yapryntsev
 Article
Journal section: Structure design and analysis

Limitation of the heating temperature for hot plastic deformation on the basis of studies of the temperature of phase transformation of austenite into δ-ferrite (Ac4).

About the temperature of polymorphic phase transformation of austenite into ferrite of 12% chromium steel

E.K. Nesterenko, A.S. Kudryavtsev, A.Y. Askinazi, N.B. Gromova, N.F. Drozdova
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Journal section: Structure design and analysis