Three Dimensional Nanostructured Materials Scientific and Research Laboratory
Address: 2A Koroleva Street, Building 4, Room 210-212 Belgorod, Russia 308034
Phone/fax: +7 4722 585416
Head of the Laboratory - Gennady Salishchev,
Professor, Doctor of Engineering Sciences,
Professor at the Chair of Material Science and Nanotechnologies
The Laboratory was founded in 2007 for the purpose of research into physics and chemistry of creating new metal- and intermetallide-based materials, including nanostructured ones, and of technologies to use them.
The Three Dimensional Nanostructured Materials Scientific and Research Laboratory
works on bringing together scientists, postgraduate, and undergraduate students of BelSU, as well as academic and industrial partners interested in fundamental and applied research in Materials Science;
combines fundamental and applied research to provide cutting-edge solutions for real world problems;
attempts to be world leader in the relevant fields;
emphasizes the importance of training of undergraduate and postgraduate students.
Main lines of activities
Research and development of new methods and technologies for production of bulk nanostructured materials based on physical understanding of relevant processes.
Fundamental and applied research in creep and superplasticity of metallic materials.
Research and development of high entropy alloys for structural applications.
Fabrication of carbon steels with ultra-fine-grained fibrillar structure and extremely high strength and impact hardness for low temperature application.
Advanced titanium alloys and Ti-based intermetallic alloys for aerospace applications.
Research and development of magnesium-, titanium- and high entropy alloy-based metal-matrix composites reinforced with non-metallic particles.
Main publications over the past 5 years
G.A. Salishchev, M.A. Tikhonovsky, D.G. Shaysultanov, N.D. Stepanov, A.V. Kuznetsov, I.V. Kolodiy, A.S. Tortika, O.N. Senkov, Effect of Mn and V on structure and mechanical properties of high-entropy alloys based on CoCrFeNi system, (2014) Journal of Alloys and Compounds, 591, pp. 11-21. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S092583881303212X
Russian Science Foundation Grant Ļ14-19-01104 ďDevelopment and research of high-entropy alloys for structural applicationsĒ, head G.A. Salishchev, the amount of funding is 27 million rubles. for 2014-2018
The project within the framework of the competitive part of the state project ďThe Fundamental Basis of Creating New High-Temperature Alloys with High Specific Mechanical Characteristics Based on Multicomponent Doping SystemsĒ, head G.A. Salishchev, the amount of funding 15 million rubles. for 2014-2016
Russian Science Foundation Grant Ļ15-19-00165 ďThe physical basis for managing the structure of a Ti / TiB composite during spark plasma synthesis and subsequent deformation-heat treatment to obtain an optimal balance of properties,Ē head S.V. Stallions, the amount of funding 30 million rubles. for 2015-2019
Russian Science Foundation Grant Ļ18-19-00003 ďResearch and development of high-entropy alloys of the Co-Cr-Fe-Ni-Mn system with high strength and ductilityĒ, headed by N. D. Stepanov, the amount of funding 18 million rubles. for 2018-2020
RFBR project 18-38-20013 ďSynthesis of high-entropy alloys with low density and high specific strength by mechanical alloying methods and spark plasma sinteringĒ, head N. D. Stepanov, the amount of funding is 6 million rubles. for 2018-2020
Russian Science Foundation Grant Ļ19-79-30066 ďAdvanced alloys and technologies for the aerospace industryĒ, headed by G.ņ. Salishchev, the amount of financing is 128 million rubles. for 2019-2022
High-strength nanostructured rods, sheets, foils of titanium, nickel, copper, niobium, tantalum, aluminium, iron and their alloys.
Methods and technologies for refinement of microstructure in semi-fabricated metal- and intermetallics-based materials.
Technologies for thermal and thermo-mechanical processing of metal- and intermetallics-based materials to provide a better combination of mechanical and functional properties.
Scientific and Production Association ďTechnopark Aviation TechnologiesĒ (Ufa, Russia)
Chepetsky Mechanical Plant, (Glazov, Russia)
JSC ęUEC-AviadvigatelĽ (Perm, Russia)
Indian Institute of Technology (India)
RWTH Aachen University (Aachen, Germany)
Merzhanov Institute of Structural Macrokinetics and Materials Science, Russian Academy of Sciences (Chernogolovka, Russia)
Information was given by Yu. Tuchina, on 02.04.2019