The Effect of Directional Flow of Metallic Melt on the Structure of Cast Metal

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There was studied the effect of directional flow of metallic melt on the forming of the structure of an ingot. Authors found out the possibility of the forming of micro- and nanostructures of solid metal by treatment in a molten state without the use of alloying elements and with negligible energy consumption on the deformation.

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Brendan Gan, Y. Gan and Y. Yu

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338-341

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R. Apakashev and N. Valiev, "The Effect of Directional Flow of Metallic Melt on the Structure of Cast Metal", Advanced Materials Research, Vol. 684, pp. 338-341, 2013

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April 2013

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