Article 13212

Title of the article

                   TEXTURED SUBSTRATES OF NICKEL ALLOYS WITH REFRACTORY METALS (W, MO, RE)                           FOR THE SECOND GENERATION SUPERCONDUCTING CABLES

Authors

Rodionov Dmitry Petrovich, Doctor of physical and mathematical sciences, senior staff scientist, Institute of physics of metals of the Ural branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Ekaterinburg), phym@ imp.uran.ru
Gervasyeva Irina Vladimirovna, Doctor of physical and mathematical sciences, research manager, Institute of physics of metals of the Ural branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Ekaterinburg), gervasy@imp.uran.ru
Khlebnikova Yuliya Valentinovna, Candidate of engineering sciences, senior staff scientist, Institute of physics of metals of the Ural branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Ekaterinburg), yulia_kh@ imp.uran.ru
Kozlov Gennady Vasilyevich, Doctor of engineering sciences, dean of the faculty of advanced studies and additional training, Penza State University, gvk17@ yandex.ru
Kazantsev Vadim Arkadyevich, Candidate of physical and mathematical sciences, senior staff scientist, Intsitute of physics of metals of the Ural branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Ekaterinburg), vkazantsev@imp.uran.ru

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669.24'26'27:620.186 

Abstract

The article adduces investigation results of texture deformation and recrystallization process in Ni alloys with tungsten, molybdenum and rhenium (W, Mo, Re). The study also considers the regimes of recrystallization annealing in Ni alloys with refractory metals after rolling with high degree of reduction. The authors have defined Ni alloying limits with tungsten, molybdenum and rhenium (W, Mo, Re) to obtain perfect cube-textured substrates. Strength and magnetic properties of the alloys mentioned are also investigated. 

Key words

Ni alloys, cold rolling deformation, recrystallization annealing, perfect cube texture, specific magnetism, strength.

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