Accession Number : AD0646733

Title :   AVIATION TECHNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE, MOSCOW. TRANSACTIONS, VOL. 50, 1961.

Corporate Author : FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO

Report Date : 13 JAN 1967

Pagination or Media Count : 166

Abstract : Content: Influence of Tungsten, Niobium, and Zirconium on the Stability of Austenite and Hardenability of Machine-Building Chrome-Nickel Steel; Carburization of Stainless Steels; Character of Intercrystalline Brittleness of Technical Iron in Cold State; Inclination of Low-Carbon Transformer Steel to Magnetic Aging and Method of Appraising This Inclination; Isothermal Treatment of 13Kh12NVFMA Steel; Influence of Hydrogen on Structure and Properties of VT8 and VT10 Alloys; Influence of Magnitude of Grain on Hydrogen Embrittlement of Titanium and Its Alloys; Influence of Hydrogen on Thermal Stability of Alloy VT3-1; Influence of Oxygen and Hydrogen on Structure and Properties of Titanium; Hydrogen Embrittlement of Titanium Alloys with Aluminum; Distribution of Alloying Components in a Titanium Ingot, Obtained by the Method of Melting with a Consumable Batch Electrode; Calculations of Crystallization of Binary Alloys; Prospects of Application of Silumin as Deformable Alloys; Investigation of the Effect of the Composition on Mechanical Properties of Avial, Hardened with a Lowered Cooling Rate; Effect of the Type of Addition Material During Manual Argon Arc Welding on the Properties of Joints from Alloy M40; Effect of Conditions of Automatic Argon Arc Welding on Properties of Joints from Alloy M40; Distinctive Features of Aging of Aluminum Alloys Containing 5% Zn and 1-2% Mg; and High-Speed Conditions of Aging of Aluminum Alloys Containing 5% Zn and 1-2% Mg. (Author)

Descriptors :   (*METALLOGRAPHY, REPORTS), PHYSICAL PROPERTIES, CASE HARDENING, BRITTLENESS, METAL CRYSTALS, AGE HARDENING, AUSTENITE, TITANIUM ALLOYS, THERMAL STABILITY, DEFORMATION, USSR

Subject Categories : Metallurgy and Metallography

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE