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Mišičko, R. & Nový, Z. (2004). Influence of pulsation deformations on properties of steel grade Cr18Ni10. High Temperature Materials and Processes, Vol. 23, No. ; Vlado, M. & Vrchovinský, V. (2005). Influence of deformation temperature and time on the mechanical properties of pulsation deformed stainless steel. High Temperature Materials and Processes, Vol. 24, No. ; Molnárová, M. & Kováčová, A. (2007). Simulation of ECAP process by finite element method. Kovove Materialy, Vol. 45, No. ; Kočiško, R.

Ch. & Kim, H. S. (2008). Finite element analysis of the effect of the inner corner angle in equal channel angular pressing. Materials Science and Engineering A, Vol. 490, No. 1-2, (2008) 438-444, ISSN 0921-5093 Zhernakov, V. , Budilov, I. , Raab, G. , Alexandrov, I. V. & Valiev, R. Z. (2001). A numerical modelling and investigations of flow stress and grain refinement during equal-channel angular pressing. Scripta Materialia, Vol. 44, No. 8-9, (2001) 17651769, ISSN 1359-6462 Zehetbauer, M. ; Zeipper L.

27 a), formed by the intermetallic particles on the bases of Fe and Si, which can be to visible by metallography examination (arrow in Fig. 28 b) and small dimples with average diameter in the range from 0,5 to 2,5 µm, formed by submicroscopic and dispersive particles, which were observed by TEM investigation, Fig. 26. Different average diameters of dimples were obtained for the investigated materials, according to the treatment: as-rolled approximately 10 µm, quenched approximately 9,5 µm, ECAPed approximately 8,5 µm and ECAPed + aged approximately 7,8 µm.

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