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DATE

2015-11-28

AUTHORS

Rostislav A. Andrievski , Arsen V. Khatchoyan

ABSTRACT

The main SPD methods for microstructure refinement and their influence on the on the nanostructure formation are briefly considered. The data on cyclic and other loadings (including a combined action) on the structure, phase transitions and properties of NMs are also analyzed. Some theoretical approaches and the MD simulation method possibilities are described. The importance of nanotwinned gradient surface structures in increasing mechanical properties is underlined. Examples of the mechanical action practical applications are given. A special attention is paid to the poorly studied problems in the field. More... »

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55-78

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-25331-2_4

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