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.