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E. D. Schukin

Influence of the active environment on the mechanical stability and damageability of the surface firm body


Experimental and theoretical approaches to studying of stability and damageability of a surface of firm bodies of the different nature in the conditions of influence are compared the surface-active environment, in natural and technological processes. The role of contact interactions and primary damage of a surface as defining condition of the beginning of destruction of a body is considered. In development of representations about mechanisms. Effect of Rebinder appendices to surface damage are discussed: thermodynamic conditions of origin of a new phase and stability loss on Gibbs and Griffits, the Hertz problem, dislocation the scheme of the author and the kinetic approach of Zhurkov.
Moscow University Chemistry Bulletin.
2012, Vol. 53, No. 1, P. 50

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