Yu P Mitrofanov

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The only intrinsic point defects of simple crystalline metals known from solid state physics are vacancies and interstitials. It is widely believed that while vacancies play a major role in crystal properties and their concentration reaches relatively big values near the melting temperature T m, interstitials essentially do not occur in thermodynamic(More)
Analysis of independent isothermal and linear heating creep and shear modulus measurements performed on bulk Pd- and Zr-based metallic glasses provides evidence that the relaxation of their viscoelastic and elastic properties is controlled by 'defects', which respond to stress and temperature similarly to dumbbell interstitials in simple crystalline metals.
The effect of annealing on the low-temperature heat capacity of a bulk Pd38.5Ni40P21.5 metallic glass is investigated for as-quenched and deformed (rolled) states. Although the boson heat capacity peak increases with increasing strain, it relaxes faster and to a lower level compared to that of the as-quenched state after annealing treatments both below and(More)
It is shown that all heat effects taking place upon annealing of a metallic glass within the glassy and supercooled liquid states, i.e. heat release below the glass transition temperature and heat absorption above it, as well as crystallization-induced heat release, are related to the macroscopic shear elasticity. The underlying physical reason can be(More)
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