Proposal for hot roll-forming of axially symmetric parts out of hard to deform materials.
Investigation and development of Pilot Technology for Manufacture of Multilayer Hollow Structures out of Submicrocrystalline Titanium Alloys by Superplastic Forming and Diffusion Bonding
Superplastic Treatment of Intermetallic Aluminide-Based Alloys (TiAl, Ti3Al)
The Creation of Scientific Basis for Development of Technology for Manufacturing Sheets and Strips of Fe- and Cu-based Alloys with Nanocrystalline Structure with Enhanced Strength, Electric Conductivity and Damping Properties
Development of Elements of the Technology Producing Hollow Blades from Submicrocrystalline Titanium Alloys by Combining Molding and Diffusion Welding under Low-Temperature Superplasticity, Including Non-Destructive Quality Control over Parts Produced
Development of Pilot Commercial Technology for Manufacturing of Products from Submicrocrystalline Aluminum Alloys with Enhanced Service Properties and Workability
Development of Scientific Basis for Creating a New Generation of Super-High-Speed Electric Machines with Magnetic Rotors
Development of mathematical models for manufacturing parts out of hard-to-deform materials by local deformation method
Development of Cost-Effective Processing of Sheets and Foils out of Intermetallic Alloys Based on Gamma-NiAl and O-TiAl2Nb with Improved Superplastic Properties
Enhancement of Aluminum Sand Casting by Liquid Hot Isostatic Pressing
Evolution of Substructure and Phase Morphology in Alpha-Beta Titanium Alloys during Plastic Deformation and Their Influence on Mechanical Properties
Development of methods for production of ultrahigh strength materials basing on combined effect of severe plastic deformation and shock-wave loading
Science Marketing and Promotion Activities in the Field of Production and Processing of Ultrafine Grained and Nanostructured Materials
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