Biphase Model of Plastic Deformation in Electric Fields


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The object of the research is creep deformation proceeding in the conditions of electrostatic field effect. The purpose of the research is to develop the mathematical model of creep under the electrostatic field effect from the positions of representations about the wave nature of plastic deformation process. The theoretical studies of electrostatic field effect being characterized by small (up to ± 1V) potentials on the basis of mass, momentum and energy conservation in two-dimensional formulation were carried out in the process of research. The material being deformed was represented as two phase heterogeneous medium. The first component is excited and being responsible for structure transformation, the second one is unexcited and disconnected with them. For each of the components the laws of mass and momentum conservation were written. For electric fields the Maxwell equations were written. For the first time the two phase filtration model of creep was developed as a result of the research. The model takes into account the inhomogeneity of plastic deformation under electrostatic field effect. The dispersion relation for the waves of plasticity is obtained.


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Mikhail D. Starostenkov, Aleksandr I. Potekaev, Sergey V. Dmitriev and Prof. P. Ya. Tabakov




V. D. Sarychev et al., "Biphase Model of Plastic Deformation in Electric Fields", Journal of Metastable and Nanocrystalline Materials, Vol. 30, pp. 17-21, 2018

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January 2018




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