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MARTENSITIC TRANSFORMATIONS

V.A. Lobodyuk and E.I. Estrin, Ukraine

ISBN 978-1-907343-99-5; 375 pages; hardback, winter 2014; £90.00//$150.00

The book describes the current state of knowledge of the martensitic transformations. The following problems are in-

vestigated: the classiication of martensitic transformations, the kinetic and structural special features of thermal elastic

and non-thermal elastic transformations, crystallographic of these transformations, the structure mobility of interphase

boundaries during martensitic transformation, thermodynamics and kinetics of martensitic transformation, the effect of

external factors on the development of the transformation; an anomaly of the mechanical properties, associated with

the thermal elastic and non-thermal elastic martensitic transformations. The phenomena associated with martensitic

transformations – superelasticity, the shape memory effect, magnetically controlled deformation in the alloys with fer-

romagnetic thermoelastic martensite, etc. are described.

THEORY AND TECHNOLOGY OF THIN SHEET ROLLING

V.L.Mazur

A.V. Nogovitsyn (Numerical Analysis and Applications)

V.L. Mazur and A.V. Nogovitsyn, Ukraine

ISBN-13: 978-1-907343-06-3; approx. 520 pages, hardback, August 2014; £95.00/$158.00

Theory and

Technology This monograph presents the results of research and development in the ield of theory and technology of sheet rolling.

of Thin Sheet

Rolling Shows the development of the theory of rolling based on modern numerical methods and mathematical modeling of tech-

(Numerical Analysis nological processes. A new theory of asymmetric rolling. The mathematical models and algorithms for calculating energy-

and Applications)

power and kinematic parameters of the processes of continuous hot and cold rolling and training bands in stationary and

non-stationary conditions, taking into account the structural features of the equipment of rolling mills are constructed. A

probabilistic approach is used for the issues of reliability of manufacturing processes of sheet metal. The methods and

models for calculating the stress–strain state of the rolls in hot and cold rolling are described. Theoretical developments are

backed by the extensive material of experimental studies carried out in laboratory and industrial applications.

FATIGUE OF STEELS MODIFIED BY HIGH INTENSITY

ELECTRON BEAMS

Fatigue Gromov V.E., Ivanov Yu.F., Vorobiev S.V., Konovalov S.V., Russia

oF steels

modiFied ISBN-13: 978-1-907343-72-8; approx. 400 pages, hardback, September 2014; £95.00/$158.00

by high

intensity

electron The monograph describes the modern understanding of the evolution of structural and phase states of dislocation sub-

V.V. Gromov, beams structures and the fracture surface at high-cycle fatigue of stainless steels of different structural classes. Modern methods

Yu.F. Ivanov,

S.V. Vorobiev

of physical materials and primarily scanning and transmission electron microscopy, the analysis of changes in ine defect

S.V. Konovalov

substructure and the fracture surfaces of fatigue during normal processing conditions and low energy electron beams,

signiicantly increases the fatigue life are discussed. The physical mechanisms of increasing fatigue life are discussed.

EFFECT OF ELECTRIC POTENTIAL ON THE PLASTIC

DEFORMATION OF METALS AND ALLOYS

S.V. Konovalov and V.E. Gromov, Russia

EFFECT OF ELECTRIC POTENTIAL ON ThE

PLAsTIC dEFORmATION OF mETALs ANd ISBN-13: 978-1-907343-73-5; approx. 180 pages, hardback, September 2014; £50.00/$80.00

ALLOys

s.v. Konovalov and v.E. Gromov The monograph presents the results of experimental studies of the identiication at different structural levels of scale and

patterns of inluence of weak electric potential on metals and alloys, subjected to plastic deformation. The inluence of the

physical mechanisms of these types of effects on the properties of metals and alloys are analyzed. The book is intended for

specialists in the ield of condensed matter physics, metallurgy and heat treatment of solid mechanics, materials science.

STRENGTHENING OF TITANIUM ALLOYS BY ELECTRO-

ExPLOSIVE ALLOYING AND ELECTRON BEAM TREATMENT

V.E. Gromov, Yu.F. Ivanov, E.A. Budovskikh and S.V. Raikov, Russia

ISBN-13: 978-1-907343-05-6; approx. 350 pages, hardback, September 2014; £85.00/$140.00

STRENGTHENING OF TITANIUM The monograph presents the results of theoretical and experimental studies of modern methods of physical materials

ALLOYS BY ELECTROEXPLOSIVE regularities of formation of structure, phase composition and physico-mechanical properties of the surface of titanium

ALLOYING AND ELECTRON BEAM

TREATMENT alloys subjected electroexplosive carburization and subsequent treatment by low-energy electron beams. The formation

V.E. Gromov, Yu.F. Ivanov, E.A. Budovskikh

and S.V. Raikov of coatings resistant to electroerosion by electroexplosive spraying is investigated.

The book is intended for specialists in the ield of condensed matter physics, metallurgy and heat treatment .

order online at www.cisp-publishing.com

V.A. Lobodyuk and E.I. Estrin, Ukraine

ISBN 978-1-907343-99-5; 375 pages; hardback, winter 2014; £90.00//$150.00

The book describes the current state of knowledge of the martensitic transformations. The following problems are in-

vestigated: the classiication of martensitic transformations, the kinetic and structural special features of thermal elastic

and non-thermal elastic transformations, crystallographic of these transformations, the structure mobility of interphase

boundaries during martensitic transformation, thermodynamics and kinetics of martensitic transformation, the effect of

external factors on the development of the transformation; an anomaly of the mechanical properties, associated with

the thermal elastic and non-thermal elastic martensitic transformations. The phenomena associated with martensitic

transformations – superelasticity, the shape memory effect, magnetically controlled deformation in the alloys with fer-

romagnetic thermoelastic martensite, etc. are described.

THEORY AND TECHNOLOGY OF THIN SHEET ROLLING

V.L.Mazur

A.V. Nogovitsyn (Numerical Analysis and Applications)

V.L. Mazur and A.V. Nogovitsyn, Ukraine

ISBN-13: 978-1-907343-06-3; approx. 520 pages, hardback, August 2014; £95.00/$158.00

Theory and

Technology This monograph presents the results of research and development in the ield of theory and technology of sheet rolling.

of Thin Sheet

Rolling Shows the development of the theory of rolling based on modern numerical methods and mathematical modeling of tech-

(Numerical Analysis nological processes. A new theory of asymmetric rolling. The mathematical models and algorithms for calculating energy-

and Applications)

power and kinematic parameters of the processes of continuous hot and cold rolling and training bands in stationary and

non-stationary conditions, taking into account the structural features of the equipment of rolling mills are constructed. A

probabilistic approach is used for the issues of reliability of manufacturing processes of sheet metal. The methods and

models for calculating the stress–strain state of the rolls in hot and cold rolling are described. Theoretical developments are

backed by the extensive material of experimental studies carried out in laboratory and industrial applications.

FATIGUE OF STEELS MODIFIED BY HIGH INTENSITY

ELECTRON BEAMS

Fatigue Gromov V.E., Ivanov Yu.F., Vorobiev S.V., Konovalov S.V., Russia

oF steels

modiFied ISBN-13: 978-1-907343-72-8; approx. 400 pages, hardback, September 2014; £95.00/$158.00

by high

intensity

electron The monograph describes the modern understanding of the evolution of structural and phase states of dislocation sub-

V.V. Gromov, beams structures and the fracture surface at high-cycle fatigue of stainless steels of different structural classes. Modern methods

Yu.F. Ivanov,

S.V. Vorobiev

of physical materials and primarily scanning and transmission electron microscopy, the analysis of changes in ine defect

S.V. Konovalov

substructure and the fracture surfaces of fatigue during normal processing conditions and low energy electron beams,

signiicantly increases the fatigue life are discussed. The physical mechanisms of increasing fatigue life are discussed.

EFFECT OF ELECTRIC POTENTIAL ON THE PLASTIC

DEFORMATION OF METALS AND ALLOYS

S.V. Konovalov and V.E. Gromov, Russia

EFFECT OF ELECTRIC POTENTIAL ON ThE

PLAsTIC dEFORmATION OF mETALs ANd ISBN-13: 978-1-907343-73-5; approx. 180 pages, hardback, September 2014; £50.00/$80.00

ALLOys

s.v. Konovalov and v.E. Gromov The monograph presents the results of experimental studies of the identiication at different structural levels of scale and

patterns of inluence of weak electric potential on metals and alloys, subjected to plastic deformation. The inluence of the

physical mechanisms of these types of effects on the properties of metals and alloys are analyzed. The book is intended for

specialists in the ield of condensed matter physics, metallurgy and heat treatment of solid mechanics, materials science.

STRENGTHENING OF TITANIUM ALLOYS BY ELECTRO-

ExPLOSIVE ALLOYING AND ELECTRON BEAM TREATMENT

V.E. Gromov, Yu.F. Ivanov, E.A. Budovskikh and S.V. Raikov, Russia

ISBN-13: 978-1-907343-05-6; approx. 350 pages, hardback, September 2014; £85.00/$140.00

STRENGTHENING OF TITANIUM The monograph presents the results of theoretical and experimental studies of modern methods of physical materials

ALLOYS BY ELECTROEXPLOSIVE regularities of formation of structure, phase composition and physico-mechanical properties of the surface of titanium

ALLOYING AND ELECTRON BEAM

TREATMENT alloys subjected electroexplosive carburization and subsequent treatment by low-energy electron beams. The formation

V.E. Gromov, Yu.F. Ivanov, E.A. Budovskikh

and S.V. Raikov of coatings resistant to electroerosion by electroexplosive spraying is investigated.

The book is intended for specialists in the ield of condensed matter physics, metallurgy and heat treatment .

order online at www.cisp-publishing.com