Volume 49, Issue 5-6, 2014

20140506-32
Composite Materials with Metal Matrix Condensed from Vapor Phase: Microporous Materials
Nicolay I. Grechanyuk, Igor N. Grechanyuk, Elena V. Khomenko, Andrey G. Melnik, Vera G. Grechanyuk

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The basic factors that affect the physical and mechanical properties of microporous material, pore volume and pore size therein. The main factors that affect the physical and mechanical properties of the microporous material, pore volume and pore size were evaluated.

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20140506-31
Composite Materials with Metal Matrix Condensed from Vapor Phase: Microlayer Materials
Nicolay I. Grechanyuk, Igor N. Grechanyuk, Elena V. Khomenko, Andrey G. Melnik, Vera G. Grechanyuk

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The problems of microlayer metal materials, obtained by condensation from vapor phase are discussed. Example of copper-molybdenum materials obtaining was first shown possibility to produce composites having a layer thickness ...  read more

20140506-30
Composite Materials with a Metal Matrix Condensed from Vapor Phase: Dispersion-Strengthened Metals
Nicolay I. Grechanyuk, Igor N. Grechanyuk, Elena V. Khomenko, Andrey G. Melnik, Vera G. Grechanyuk

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Modern scientific level of dispersion-strengthened metals condensed from the vapor phase engineering is presented. The physical and mechanical properties of these materials depend on selected matrix type (pure metal, metal ...  read more

20140506-29
Gas discharge electron sources – Proven and novel tools for thin-film technologies
Goesta Mattausch, Burkhard Zimmermann, Fred Fietzke, Jens-Peter Heinß, Benjamin Graffel, Falk Winckler, Frank-Holm Roegner, Christoph Metzner

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Gas discharge-based electron sources represent high-power and low-cost tools for a variety of processes regularly required in vacuum high-rate coating. Here, the fields of substrate pre-treatment, electron beam generation ...  read more

20140506-28
Experience of 30 Years Operation of EB Treatment Installations at “PODOLSKKABEL” Plant
Nikolay K. Kuksanov, Alexander I. Rojkh, Mikhail N. Stepanov

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Technology of radiation modification of cable and wire insulation had found wide application in industries. The use of these technologies enabled to develop the manufacture of a wide range of wires, cables and heat-shrinking ...  read more

20140506-27
Surface Alloying of Titanium Alloys with Refractory Elements by Non-Vacuum Electron-Beam Processing
Ivan A. Bataev, M. G. Golkovskii, Nikolay K. Kuksanov, A. A. Ruktuev, V. V. Samoilenko, Igor A. Polyakov, Anatoliy A. Bataev

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Alloys of titanium with refractory elements such as tantalum, niobium, hafnium, zirconium, and molybdenum have attracted increased attention of experts in various fields. Two- and threecomponent Ti-X and Ti-X-Y alloys (where ...  read more

20140506-26
Tendency of the Development of DC Type ELV Accelerators for Industrial Application and Research Experiments
Nikolay K. Kuksanov, Yury I. Golubenko, Petr I. Nemytov, Rustam A. Salimov, Sergey N. Fadeev, Аlexey I. Korchagin, Dmitry A. Kogut, Evgeny V. Domarov, Аlexandr V. Lavruchin, Victor G. Cherepkov, V. A. Semenov

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ELV accelerators are D.C. machines. They were designed and manufactured by Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics of Siberian Branch of Russian Academy of Science. These machines are well known in the world. They are operating ...  read more

20140506-25
Electron Beam Technology for Environmental Conservation
Bumsoo Han, Jinkyu Kim, Yuri Kim, Seung Tae Jung

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By rapid economic growth, fast urbanization and enhanced industrial activities all of which add to the degradation of the environmental quality. The environmental pollution caused by industrial discharges and urbanization, ...  read more

20140506-24
The Electron-Beam Treatment of Water Polluted by Humic Acids and Lignin
Polina K. Metreveli, Alexandra K. Metreveli, Alexander V. Ponomarev

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Both lignin and humic acids cause the raised colourity and turbidity of natural water and industrial wastewater. Electron-beam treatment reduces kinetic stability of aqueous dispersions of lignin and humic acids. The radiation-induced ...  read more

20140506-23
Decomposition of a Vegetative Biomass by Electron-Beam Irradiation and Heating
Alexander V. Ponomarev, Polina K. Metreveli, Alexandra K. Metreveli, Alexei V. Bludenko, Vladimir N. Chulkov

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The electron-beam irradiation influences thermal decomposition of vegetative biomass. This influence is indicated by several effects. First, the initial thermal degradation temperature of both lignin and cellulose decreases. ...  read more