FATIGUE FRACTURE TOUGHNESS OF METALS AND ALLOYS. PART 1. EXPERIMENTAL PROCEDURES AND MATERIALS AND GENERAL PRINCIPLES
TEMPERATURE DEPENDENCE OF BRITTLE FRACTURE TOUGHNESS OF REACTOR PRESSURE-VESSEL STEELS UPON DUCTILE CRACK GROWTH
RADIATION-INDUCED EMBRITTLEMENT OF WWÉR-440 REACTOR PRESSURE VESSEL STEEL UNDER LOADING
MODELING OF MATERIAL CREEP DAMAGE PROCESS WITH A SUPERIMPOSED HIGH-FREQUENCY CYCLIC COMPONENT
APPLICATION OF THE METHOD OF BASE DIAGRAMS FOR THE PREDICTION OF LONG-TERM STRENGTH IN NOTCHED SPECIMEN TESTS
SEMIANALYTIC FINITE-ELEMENT METHOD IN CONTINUUM CREEP-FRACTURE MECHANICS PROBLEMS FOR COMPLEX-SHAPED SPATIAL BODIES AND RELATED SYSTEMS. PART 3. PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS
RANGE OF THE APPLICABILITY OF THE WILKINS METHOD TO THE INVESTIGATION OF THE DYNAMIC STRESS-STRAIN STATE OF ANISOTROPIC ELASTIC AXISYMMETRIC SHELLS
PHYSICO-PHENOMENOLOGICAL MODEL OF METAL RESISTANCE TO PLASTIC DEFORMATION FOR THE CALCULATION OF THE PROCESSES OF METAL PLASTIC WORKING. PART 2. PARTICULAR CASES OF THE MODEL AND ITS EXPERIMENTAL VALIDATION
NUMERICAL ANALYSIS OF THE STRESSED STATE AND EVALUATION OF STRENGTH OF A CUTTING TOOL WITH THIN COATING
OPTIMIZATION OF THE OUTER LASER-INDUCED SPALLING
COMPUTER-AIDED DESIGN OF HIGH-STRENGTH GRADIENT MATERIALS OPERATING UNDER DYNAMIC LOADS*
DYNAMIC STRENGTH OF MATERIALS FROM THE VIEWPOINT OF NONEQUILIBRIUM THERMODYNAMICS
JUMPLIKE DEFORMATION OF METALS SUBJECTED TO PULSED MAGNETIC FIELDS AND CRYOGENIC TEMPERATURES
ON A METHOD OF DEFINING THE PLASTIC-STRAIN ZONE