Special Issue on Calculation of A Magnetic Intensity and Current Density of Pondemotive Factors

Submission Deadline: Jan. 1, 2020

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  • Special Issue Editor
    • Vladimir Savenko
      Department of Physics, Mozyrsky State Pedagogical University, Blagoveschensk, Amur Oblas, Belarus
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  • Introduction

    Influence of the microwave oven - radiation on processes of the fissile deformation and a relaxation of mechanical tension in the loaded exemplars of stainless steel is established at action of impulses of current and the different directions of a vector E microwave ovens - radiations concerning an exemplar axis. At longitudinal orientation of a vector E microwave ovens - radiations and action of current the effect of a weakening of metal increased from 22% up to 30%. The analysis of a microstructure of exemplars with current and without current in various parameters showed significant influence of external power impacts on deformation of grains of steel. Change of phase structure on the maintenance of martensitic and austenitic phases in steel is established. Results demonstrate existence of the additional mechanism of an electroplastic strain in crossed fields of microwave radiation and an internal magnetic field of current.

    Aims and Scope:

    1. Electroplastic deformation
    2. Pondemotive action current
    3. Pinch effect
    4. Skin effect
    5. Pulse current
    6. Magnetic field

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