Accession Number : AD0750958

Title :   Effect of High-Pressure Shock Waves on the Structure and Properties of Bimetals Produced by Different Cladding Methods,

Corporate Author : FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO

Personal Author(s) : Gelunova,Z. M. ; Lozinskii,M. G. ; Pashkov,P. O. ; Tananov,A. I. ; Shashkova,V. K.

Report Date : 16 AUG 1972

Pagination or Media Count : 24

Abstract : The possibility was established of strengthening the clad metals steel 3 + Kh18N10T and 30KhGSA + Kh18N10T by shock waves. These clad metals are characterized by chemical structural, and mechanical inhomogeneities in the contact zone between the base and cladding materials. The action of shock waves of a large enough amplitude results in a more homogeneous plastic deformation and a lower propensity towards local embrittlement. Treatment of the 2 layer steels by shock waves of 200-300 kilobars with subsequent heat treatment at 600-800 degrees increase the strength, plasticity and reliability of clad materials. (Author)

Descriptors :   (*CLADDING, SHOCK WAVES), HARDENING, STAINLESS STEEL, EXPLOSIVE FORMING, HEAT TREATMENT, MECHANICAL PROPERTIES, EMBRITTLEMENT, USSR

Subject Categories : Fabrication Metallurgy

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE