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2019 №02 (06) DOI of Article
10.15407/sem2019.02.07
2019 №02 (08)

Electrometallurgy Today 2019 #02
SEM, 2019, #2, 43-49 pages

Journal                    Современная электрометаллургия
Publisher                International Association «Welding»
ISSN                      2415-8445 (print)
Issue                       № 2, 2019 (June)
Pages                      43-49


Mechanical properties of dispersed and laminar composite materials on copper and molybdenum base

N.I. Grechanyuk1, V.G. Grechanyuk2
1I.M. Frantsevich Institute for Problems of Materials Science of the NAS of Ukraine. 3 Krzhizhanovsky str., 03142, Kyiv, Ukraine, Е-mail: dir@ipms.kiev.ua
2Kiev National University of Construction and Architecture. 31 Vozdukhoflotsky Ave., 03037, Kyiv. E-mail: knuba@knuba.edu.ua

The effect of technological factors (material, level and shape of surface roughness, on which the condensation is realized; material and thickness of a separating layer; substrate temperature; depths and dynamics of vacuum change; chemical composition and rate of evaporation of initial materials; angle of incidence of vapor flow on condensation surface) on change in mechanical properties of composite materials Cu–Mo with molybdenum concentration from 0 up to 46.5 wt.%., condensed from the vapor phase, was analyzed. Ref. 9, Tabl. 2, Fig. 3.
Key words: electron beam evaporation; pseudo alloys; copper; molybdenum; mechanical properties

Received:                11.04.19
Published:               13.06.19


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