INFLUENCE OF THERMAL TREATMENT ON INHOMOGENEOUS PLASTIC DEFORMATION OF ROLLED AMORPHOUS STRIPS OF IRON‐BASED ALLOYS

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Abstract

The effect of thermal treatment on the character of the development of shear bands near the concentrator of stresses in iron‐based amorphous alloys has been studied. It was found that rolling facilitates a decrease of the temperature at which inhomogeneous plasticity of the condensed system that does not possess a long‐range order disappears; as loading on the indentor increases, the number of semiring‐type shear bands in the rolled specimens decreases, with the number and length of the beam‐type shear bands being larger than in the original materials.

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