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Severe plastic deformation for producing superfunctional ultrafine-grained and heterostructured materials: An interdisciplinary review.

Edalati, K., Ahmed, A. Q., Akrami, S., Ameyama, K., Aptukov, V., Asfandiyarov, R. N., Ashida, M., Astanin, V., Bachmaier, A., Beloshenko, V., Bobruk, E. V., Bryła, K., Cabrera, J. M., Carvalho, A. P., Chinh, N. Q., Choi, I-C., Chulist, R., Cubero-Sesin, J. M., Davdian, G., Demirtas, M., Divinski, S., Durst, K., Dvorak, J., Edalati, P., Emura, S., Enikeev, N. A., Faraji, G., Figueiredo, R. B., Floriano, R., Fouladvind, M., Fruchart, D., Fuji, M., Fujiwara, H., Gajdics, M., Gheorghe, D., Gondek, L., González-Hernández, J. E., Gornakova, A., Grosdidier, T., Gubicza, J., Gunderov, D., He, L., Higuera, O. F., Hirosawa, S., Hohenwarter, A., Horita, Z., Horky, J., Huang, Y., Huot, J., Ikoma, Y., Ishihara, T., Ivanisenko, Y., Jang, J-I., Jorge, A. M., Kawabata-Ota, M., Kawasaki, M., Khelfa, T., Kobayashi, J., Kommel, L., Korneva, A., Kral, P., Kudriashova, N., Kuramoto, S., Langdon, T. G., Lee, D-H., Levitas, V. I., Li, C., Li, H-W., Li, Y., Li, Z., Lin, H-J., Liss, K-D., Liu, Y., Cardona, D. M. M., Matsuda, K., Mazilkin, A., Mine, Y., Miyamoto, H., Moon, S-C., Müller, T., Muñoz, J. A., Murashkin, M. Y., Naeem, M., Novelli, M., Olasz, D., Pippan, R., Popov, V. V., Popova, E. N., Purcek, G., de Rango, P., Renk, O., Retraint, D., Révész, Á., Roche, V., Rodriguez-Calvillo, P., Romero-Resendiz, L., Sauvage, X., Sawaguchi, T., Sena, H., Shahmir, H., Shi, X., Sklenicka, V., Skrotzki, W., Skryabina, N., Staab, F., Straumal, B., Sun, Z., Szczerba, M., Takizawa, Y., Tang, Y., Valiev, R. Z., Vozniak, A., Voznyak, A., Wang, B., Wang, J. T., Wilde, G., Zhang, F., Zhang, M., Zhang, P., Zhou, J., Zhu, X. and Zhu, Y. T., 2024. Severe plastic deformation for producing superfunctional ultrafine-grained and heterostructured materials: An interdisciplinary review. Journal of Alloys and Compounds, 1002, 174667.

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DOI: 10.1016/j.jallcom.2024.174667


Ultrafine-grained and heterostructured materials are currently of high interest due to their superior mechanical and functional properties. Severe plastic deformation (SPD) is one of the most effective methods to produce such materials with unique microstructure-property relationships. In this review paper, after summarizing the recent progress in developing various SPD methods for processing bulk, surface and powder of materials, the main structural and microstructural features of SPD-processed materials are explained including lattice defects, grain boundaries and phase transformations. The properties and potential applications of SPD-processed materials are then reviewed in detail including tensile properties, creep, superplasticity, hydrogen embrittlement resistance, electrical conductivity, magnetic properties, optical properties, solar energy harvesting, photocatalysis, electrocatalysis, hydrolysis, hydrogen storage, hydrogen production, CO2 conversion, corrosion resistance and biocompatibility. It is shown that achieving such properties is not limited to pure metals and conventional metallic alloys, and a wide range of materials are currently processed by SPD, including high-entropy alloys, glasses, semiconductors, ceramics and polymers. It is particularly emphasized that SPD has moved from a simple metal processing tool to a powerful means for the discovery and synthesis of new superfunctional metallic and nonmetallic materials. The article ends by declaring that the borders of SPD have been extended from materials science and it has become an interdisciplinary tool to address scientific questions such as the mechanisms of geological and astronomical phenomena and the origin of life.

Item Type:Article
Additional Information:Export Date: 08 July 2024; Cited By: 3
Uncontrolled Keywords:Severe plastic deformation (SPD); Nanostructured materials; Ultrafine grained (UFG) materials; Gradient-structured materials; High-pressure torsion (HPT)
Group:Faculty of Science & Technology
ID Code:40132
Deposited By: Symplectic RT2
Deposited On:09 Jul 2024 07:43
Last Modified:09 Jul 2024 07:43


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