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Metal Science and Heat Treatment

, Volume 52, Issue 5–6, pp 204–213 | Cite as

Creation and development of the scientific school of Yu. M. Lakhtin

  • L. G. Petrova
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The history of creation of the department of physical metallurgy and heat treatment at the MADI and of the scientific school of M. I. Lakhtin is presented. The main directions of research performed by this school are described.

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Diffusion Layer Glow Discharge Physical Metallurgy Surface Hardening Nitrided Layer 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • L. G. Petrova
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  1. 1.Moscow Automobile and Road State Engineering University (MADI)MoscowRussia

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