Physical bases of creation of frame metal-ceramic composites with submicron grain for maintenance of extremely high ballistic characteristics

On the base of the results determined by using modern physical material science methods scientific principles referred to relationships of structure, phase composition, physical and mechanical properties formation of frame metal-ceramic composites based on tungsten carbide with a multicomponent high-entropy alloy (HEA) binder during high-speed electron-beam and induction sintering has been developed for the first time and will play an important role in deepening the understanding of the processes of structure formation in dispersed heterogeneous systems.

Regularities of quasihydrostatic compression influence on structure and mechanical properties of crystalline metal-like substances and quasicrystalline metallic materials

For the first time physical representations and theoretical assumptions about the regularities of the influence of quasi-hydrostatic compression, as the most stringent conditions of deformation, on the composition, phase transformations, structure, strength and plastic properties of crystalline metal-like and quasicrystalline metal phases, including titanium hydride with a high hydrogen content and Al-Fe-Cr alloy with finely dispersed particles of quasicrystalline phases.

Technological features of prognostication of properties of fusions and structure of metal of foundings for work in extreme terms

Performed a comprehensive study of the casting, mechanical and special properties of heat-resistant and wear-resistant iron-based alloys in a wide range of chromium concentration, manganese, aluminum, carbon, titanium, and so on, are designed latest heat-resistant and wear-resistant alloys, depending on the specific operating conditions of the cast parts in extreme conditions . It created a database covering more than 600 brands of iron-based alloys, ferro alloys and all existing brands of steel and iron scrap.