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Open Access 22-12-2022 | STRENGTH AND PLASTICITY

The Temperature Dependences of Mechanical Properties, Deformation Hardening, and Fracture of FeMnNiCoCr Heterophase Alloy

A large-scale study of high-entropy alloys (HEAs) began in 2004 after the studies of Cantor and Yeh [ 1 , 2 ]. The idea of creating an HEA was based on the fact that the high entropy of mixing in alloys comprised of five or more chemical elements …

Open Access 22-12-2022 | STRENGTH AND PLASTICITY

Prediction of the Destruction of Materials with Inhomogeneous Structures

The prediction of the destruction of structures is largely determined by the complete evaluation of the quality of raw materials, which also concerns the assessment of their residual life. At their core, steel and alloys are a kind of medium the …

Open Access 22-12-2022 | STRENGTH AND PLASTICITY

The Superstrength of Nanostructured Metallic Materials: Their Physical Nature and Hardening Mechanisms

It is well known that the strength properties of pure metals and alloys are determined by several factors, but the average grain size frequently plays a key role [ 1 , 2 ]. In particular, the dependence of the strength of various polycrystalline …

10-11-2022 | STRUCTURE, PHASE TRANSFORMATIONS, AND DIFFUSION

Investigation of Thermal and Antimicrobial Properties of NiTiX (X = Ta, Ag, and Nb) Shape Memory Alloys

In recent years, materials have played different roles in various fields of life. Nowadays, there are many different types of alloy that are become indispensable for daily life [ 1 ]. After the discovery of Nitinol, which was a new type of Shape …

10-11-2022 | STRENGTH AND PLASTICITY

Mathematical Modelling for Understanding the Effect of Stress State on Relative Slip Activity in HCP Titanium

Titanium and its alloys are extensively used for aerospace applications due to their excellent combination of high specific strength even at high temperature, fracture resistance characteristics, and exceptional resistance to corrosion [ 1 , 2 ].

About this journal

The Physics of Metals and Metallography (Fizika metallov i metallovedenie) was founded in 1955 by the USSR Academy of Sciences. Its scientific profile covers the theory of metals and metal alloys, their electrical and magnetic properties, as well as their structure, phase transformations, and principal mechanical properties. The journal publishes scientific reviews and papers written by experts involved in fundamental, application, and technological studies. The annual volume of publications amounts to 250 papers submitted from 100 leading national scientific institutions.

Metadata
Title
Physics of Metals and Metallography
Coverage
Volume 101/2006 - Volume 123/2022
Publisher
Pleiades Publishing
Electronic ISSN
1555-6190
Print ISSN
0031-918X
Journal ID
11508
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1134/11508.1555-6190