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Plasticity and Elasticity of Cryocrystals

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1-56700-161-0 (Imprimir)

Plasticity and Elasticity of Cryocrystals

A. I. Prokhvatilov
B. Verkin Institute for Low Temperature Physics and Engineering National Akademy of Science, Kharkov, Ukraine

Descrição

n this handbook, the data on mechanical behavior and elasticity are collected, pertaining to the simplest forms of the following molecular crystals: inert elements -argon, krypton, xenon, and neon; molecular substances formed by nitrogen, oxygen, carbon monoxide, ammonia, deuteroammonia, methane, deuteromethane, carbon dioxide, as well as quantum crystals of the isotopes of hydrogen or helium. The handbook is designed for the wide range of specialists working in molecular physics or physics of plasticity, as well as in the engineering areas of spacecraft, high-pressure, or low-temperatures



250 pages, © 2001

Table of contents:

PREFACE
FOREWORD
NOMENCLATURE
1 Monoatomic Crystals (Rare Gas Solids)
1.1 Argon
1.1.1 Active Uniaxial Tension
1.1.2 Creep and Stress Relaxation
1.1.3 Hardness
1.1.4 Shear Strength
1.1.5 Internal Friction
1.1.6 Moduli of Elasticity
1.2 Krypton
1.2.1 Active Uniaxial Loading
1.2.2 Stress Relaxation
1.2.3 Hardness
1.2.4 Surface Friction
1.2.5 Extrusion
1.2.6 Moduli of Elasticity
1.3 Xenon
1.3.1 Active Uniaxial Loading
1.3.2 Stress Relaxation
1.3.3 Moduli of Elasticity
1.4 Neon
1.4.1 Active Uniaxial Loading
1.4.2 Creep
1.4.3 Stress Relaxation
1.4.4 Internal Friction
1.4.5 Moduli of Elasticity
References
2 Molecular Cryocrystals
2.1 Nitrogen
2.1.1 Active Uniaxial Loading
2.1.2 Hardness
2.1.3 Moduli of Elasticity
2.2 Oxygen
2.2.1 Shear Strength
2.2.2 Hardness
2.2.3 Moduli of Elasticity
2.3 Carbon Monoxide
2.3.1 Active Uniaxial Loading
2.3.2 Moduli of Elasticity
2.4 Carbon Dioxide
2.4.1 Selected Characteristics of Strength
2.4.2 Hardness
2.4.3 Surface Friction
2.4.4 Moduli of Elasticity
2.5 Ammonia
2.5.1 Active Uniaxial Loading
2.5.2 Creep
2.5.3 Stress Relaxation
2.5.4 Hardness
2.5.5 Impact Toughness
2.5.6 Moduli of Elasticity
2.6 Methane
2.6.1 Uniaxial Tension
2.6.2 Creep
2.6.3 Stress Relaxation
2.6.4 Hardness
2.6.5 Shear Strength
2.6.6 Internal Friction
2.6.7 Surface Microstructure
2.6.8 Moduli of Elasticity of Methane or Deuteromethane
References
3 Quantum Cryocrystals
3.1 Hydrogen and Deuterium
3.1.1 Active Uniaxial Loading
3.1.2 Uniaxial Step Loading
3.1.3 Stress Relaxation
3.1.4 Creep
3.1.5 Superplasticity
3.1.6 Superelasticity
3.1.7 Extrusion
3.1.8 Internal Friction
3.1.9 Moduli of Elasticity
3.2 Helium
3.2.1 Qualitative Estimations of Plasticity
3.2.2 Uniaxial Deformation of the Unconstrained Specimens
3.2.3 Creep
3.2.4 Internal Friction
3.2.5 Moduli of Elasticity
References
Index