Effect of ultrasonic vibrations on the mechanical properties of difficult-to-deform materials
The superposition of ultrasonic vibrations during the compression and tensioning of difficult-to-deform materials contributes to a reduction in their resistance to plastic deformation, yield points, and strength.
The effect of ultrasound during the tensioning of difficult-to-deform materials is accompanied by a reduction in the limiting plastic deformations as a result of the formation of additional damage to the crystal structure.
The effectiveness of ultrasound on the mechanical properties of difficult-to-work materials is determined by their chemical composition and structure, as well as by the parameters of the ultrasound and the temperature of the tests.
KeywordsMechanical Property Crystal Structure Plastic Deformation Yield Point Ultrasonic Vibration
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