Waclaw Pachla

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Polish Academy of Sciences, Institute of High Pressure Physics

address: Sokolowska 29/37, Warszawa, 01-142, Poland
phone: +48-22-6324302
fax: +48-22-6324218
web: http://www.unipress.waw.pl

Participant:


High Pressure School 1999 (3rd)

began: 1999-09-13
ended: 1999-09-17
Presented:

Participant:


E-MRS Fall Meeting 2005

began: 2005-09-05
ended: 2005-09-09
Presented:

E-MRS Fall Meeting 2005

Hydrostatic Extrusion as a method to produce UFG and NC metals


Publications:


  1. Bulk  nanostructured  titanium  fabricated  by  hydrostatic  extrusion
  2. Deformation of Materials by Means of Hydrostatic Extrusion – Practical Applications
  3. Development of microstructure and mechanical properties in nickel deformed by hydrostatic extrusion
  4. EFFECT OF INITIAL MICROSTRUCTURE ON MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF THE Al-Cu-Mg-Mn ALLOY PROCESSED BY HYDROSTATIC EXTRUSION
  5. Hydrostatic extrusion and nanostructure formation in an aluminium alloy
  6. Microstructure and mechanical properties of HE-treated titanium depending on its initial state
  7. Nanometals for medical applications
  8. Combination of ECAP and Hydrostatic Extrusion for ultra-fine grain (UFG) microstructure generation in 99.98% nickel.

  9. Hydrostatic Extrusion as a method to produce UFG and NC metals

  10. Hydrostatic extrusion of intermetallic Ti-Al layers

  11. The influence of hydrostatic extrusion on mechanical properties and tribological characteristics of an austenitic stainless steel

  12. The Influence of hydrostatic extrusion on microstructure of 6082 aluminum alloy

  13. The role of the weak points in the corrosion resistance of hydrostatically extruded steel porducts




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