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Topological and fractal invariants of a structure to assess the quality of a metal

TitleTopological and fractal invariants of a structure to assess the quality of a metal
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2017
AuthorsBol'shakov, VI, Volchuk, VM, Dubrov, Yu.I
Abbreviated Key TitleDopov. Nac. akad. nauk Ukr.
SectionMaterials Science
Date Published4/2017

An efficacious method of evaluating the mechanical properties of a metal with the application of a composition of the topological and fractal approaches for the cellular, lamellar, granular, and needle-grade classes of a structure is proposed. It is based on four new criteria for the evaluation of new structures and allows one to reduce the error in the prediction of strength characteristics of a metal by 1.24—2.16 times depending on its class.

Keywordsclass of a structure, forecast of properties, fractal theory, metal, topology
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