A Study of Recrystallization Processes in Refractory Compounds

  • I. P. Kushtalova
Part of the Studies in Soviet Science book series (STSS)


A study of the effect of volume deformation and surface hardening on the properties of the carbides of titanium, niobium, zirconium, molybdenum, and tungsten has revealed the presence of slip lines. The temperature at which recrystallization begins has been determined from the appearance of the first point discontinuities in the continuous lines of the x-ray diffraction diagrams. The relative temperature at which recrystallization begins in these carbides (Tr/TmP) was found to be 0.5. This is due to distinctive features of the structural changes that occur in refractory compounds on deformation and also to their high bond energy as compared with ductile metals and alloys.


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