Metallic Materials with High Structural Efficiency
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Metallic Materials with High Structural Efficiency

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Oleg N. Senkov
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Vol.146, NATO Science Series II Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry
Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop, held in Kyiv, Ukraine, 7-13 September 2003
Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop, held in Kyiv, Ukraine, 7-13 September 2003
Preface. Introduction. 1: General Overviews. Opportunities and approaches for doubling the structural efficiency of metallic materials; D.B. Miracle. The challenge for materials design: integrating modeling and computation; C.S. Hartley. The main tendencies in elaboration of materials with high specific strength; S. Firstov. 2: Amorphous, Nanocrystalline and Quasicrystalline Materials. Nanostructured materials produced by severe plastic deformation; H.P. Stüwe. Development of nanostructured and nanoparticle dispersion-reinforced metallic systems; P.R. Subramanian, et al. Nanostructured and nanocomposite light metal-based compounds for hydrogen storage; R.A. Varin, et al. Strength and ductility of nanostructured SPD materials; R.Z. Valiev. Consolidation of Cu and amorphous Zr-based powders by severe plastic deformation; K.T. Hartwig, et al. Structure and properties of carbon-based nanocomposite films; G. Radnóczi, et al. Nanocrystallization in iron alloys induced by friction treatment and nitrogen diffusion; A. Yurkova, et al. Influence of scandium on amorphization of aluminum alloys; A. Slipenyuk, et al. Structure peculiarities of Al63Cu25Fe12 ingots with a quasicrystalline component; M. Yefinov, et al. Consolidation of Al-Cu-Fe powders with quasicrystalline component by using high quasihydrostatic pressures; O. Bykov, et al. 3: Advanced Aluminum and Magnesium Alloys. High strength aluminum alloys for cryogenic applications; O.N. Senkov, et al. Effect of Fe and Si on structure and mechanical properties of complex Al-Zn-Mg-Cu alloys produced by P/M casting techniques; Yu. Milman, et al. Study of a zirconium modified 2014 aluminumalloy: analysis of the best warm forming conditions; P. Cavaliere. Study of fatigue resistance properties of a zirconium modified 2014 aluminum alloy; P. Cavaliere. High strain rate superplastic behavior of Al-Li-Mg-Cu-Sc alloy subjected to severe plastic deformation; M.R. Shagiev, et al. Microstructure and mechanical properties od Al-Al4C3 materials; M. Besterci, L'. Parilák. Creep behavior and strength of magnesium-based composites; V. Sklenicka, et al. 4: Advanced Titanium Alloys and Composites. Multicomponent Ti-Si-based systems; M. Bulanova, et al. Effect of Zr on structure and mechanical behavior of Ti-Al-Si alloys; I. Gornaya, et al. High-temperature fatigue crack growth resistance of thermo-mechanically and heat treated cast Ti-Si-Al-Zr composites; B. Vasyliv, et al. Structure and fracture features of Ti-Si- and Ti-B-based in situ composites; O.D. Vasylyev, M.D. Bega. Effect of thermomechanical treatment on structure and properties of titanium-boride eutectic alloys; T. Velikanova, et al. New high-strength weldable titanium alloy T110; V.N. Samkov, et al. Features of application of high-strength materials for units of the landing gear of aircrafts 'AN'; A.G. Molyar, V.A. Trofimov. 5: Advanced Refractory Alloys. Structures and properties of the refractory silicides Ti5Si3 and TiSi2 and Ti-Si-(Al) eutectic alloys; G. Frommeyer, R. Rosenkranz. Refractory metal/silicide multiphase systems for high temperature structural applications; M.G. Mendiratta, et al. Microstructural effects and kinetics of high temperature oxidation in Nb-Si base alloys; E.S.K. Menon, et al. Development of ductile Cr-Re alloys for high temperature application
In the fall of 1998, Prof. Sergey Firstov invited me to the Frantcevych Institute for Problems of Materials Science (IPMS) in Kyiv, Ukraine to discuss possible collaborations in the area of advanced metals research. During this visit, a strong mutual interest was evident in a broad range of structural metals technologies, and a quick friendship was established. Countless subsequent emails and a reciprocal visit to the U. S Air Force Research Laboratory by Prof. Firstov and a team of scientists from IPMS ensued to discuss and detail a broad collaboration in the area of structural metals. Two years after the initial visit, a major investment by the U. S. Air Force Office of Scientific Research (AFOSR) was established to pursue the technologies defined by these interactions. The annual reviews of the AFOSR Ukrainian Metals Initiative were held in late May, a most beautiful time in Kyiv when the lilacs are in bright display and the air is scented with the smell of falling blossoms from the chestnut trees that line the major streets and many parks. The sunny days and mild evenings provide a welcome break from winter, and on weekend evenings festive crowds spill onto the Khreshchatyk, Kyiv's downtown boulevard, to listen to street musicians, watch jugglers and comedians, or simply to celebrate with friends. The annual reviews featured long days of intensive discussion of technical progress, followed in the evenings by the warm hospitality of the Ukrainian hosts.