e-mail: davydov@elchem.ac.ru

Electrochemical treatment of metals. High-rate metal dissolution and deposition. Electrochemical machining.

(1988 - 2016)
  • V.M. Volgin, V.V. Lyubimov, A.D. Davydov. Modeling and numerical simulation of electrochemical micromachining. Chemical Engineering Science 140 (2016) p. 252-260.
  • Jerzy Kozak, Alexey D. Davydov. Sm problms of surfa roughnss in ltrhmil mahining (M). Inzynieria Powierzchni. (2015) no.1, p. 19-25.
  • V. M. Volgin, T. B. Kabanova, A. D. Davydov. Modeling of through-mask electrochemical micromachining. J. Appl. Electrochem. 45 (2015) no. 7 p. 679-688.
  • A.D. Davydov, T.B. Kabanova, V.M. Volgin. Modeling of through-mask electrochemical micromachining. Chemical Engineering Transactions. 41 (2014) no. 9, p. 85-90. DOI: 10.3303/CET1441015.
  • V.M. Volgin, Do Van Dong , A.D. Davydov. Modeling of wire electrochemical machining. Chemical Engineering Transactions. 41 (2014) no. 9, p. 91-96. DOI: 10.3303/CET1441016.
  • Mirzoev R.A., Davydov A.D. Anodic processes in electrochemical and chemical treatment of metals. St. Petersburg: Polytechnic University, 2013 (in Russian).
  • Davydov A.D., Volgin V.M. Electrochemical Machining. in "Encyclopedia of Electrochemistry." V. 5. Eds. D.D. Macdonald, P. Schmuki. Wiley. 2007. P. 809-854.
  • Davydov A.D., Volgin V.M., Lyubimov V.V. Electrochemical machining of metals: fundamentals of electrochemical shaping. Russian J. Electrochem. 40 (2004) 1230-1265.
  • Volgin V.M., Davydov A.D. Modelling of multistage electrochemical shaping. J. Materials Processing Technology 149 (2004) 466-471.
  • Hoogsteen W., Kuindersma S., Minks B.P., Davydov A.D. High-rate electrochemical dissolution of Ni-Cu alloys in nitrate electrolyte. J. Applied Electrochem. 32 (2002) 1029-1037.
  • Savotin I.V., De Silva A.K.M., Davydov A.D. Electrochemical behavior of tungsten in weakly alkaline solutions at high voltages. Russian J. Electrochem. 35 (1999) 960-965.
  • Davydov A.D. High-rate electrochemical dissolution of metals. Protection of Metals (Russia). 35 (1999) 124-128.
  • Davydov A.D. Electrochemical treatment of metals. Encyclopedia of Chemistry. Moscow: Great Russian Encyclopedia. 1998. V. 5. P. 460-461.
  • Davydov A.D., Mirzoev R.A., Risko D.G, Shaldaev V.S., Malofeeva A.N. Analysis of the effect of the mechanical action of an abrasive tool on anodic dissolution of metals in various types of electrolytes during abrasive electrochemical machining. Surface Engineering and Applied Electrochemistry. No.2 (1995) 6-14.
  • Davydov A.D. Laser electrochemical machining of metals. Russian J. Electrochem. 30 (1994) 871-881.
  • Gamburg Yu.D., Davydov A.D., Kharkats Yu.I. Surface roughness changes in the course of anodic dissolution and cathodic deposition of metals. Russian J. Electrochem. 30 (1994) 378-398.
  • Davydov A.D., Kozak J. Physicochemical principles of electrochemical discharge machining. Electronnaya obrabotka materialov (Electronic Treatment of Metals). No.3 (1991) 3-13 (in Russian).
  • Davydov A.D., Kozak J. High-rate electrochemical shaping of metals. Moscow: Nauka. 1990 (in Russian).
  • Shekun I.F., Dikusar A.I., Molin A.N., Davydov A.D. Investigation of the anodic dissolution products of titanium in chloride-nitrate solutions at high current densities. Soviet Electrochem. 26 (1990) 85-88.
  • Shekun I.F., Dikusar A.I., Molin A.N., Davydov A.D. Possible mechanism for lowering the effective valence of titanium during its anodic dissolution in chloride-nitrate solutions. Soviet Electrochem. 26 (1990) 675-679.
  • Rumiantsev E.M., Davydov A.D. Electrochemical machining of metals. Moscow: Mir Publishers. 1989 (Translated from Russian edition, 1984).
  • Davydov A.D. Electrochemical machining of composite materials by the anodic dissolution. Electronnaya obrabotka materialov (Electronic Treatment of Metals). No.6 (1989) 11-14 (in Russian).
  • Davydov A.D., Malofeeva A.N., Pashkova N.M., Kiriak E.N. Anodic dissolution of aluminum-boron and aluminum-carbon fibrous composite materials Electronnaya obrabotka materialov (Electronic Treatment of Metals). No.5 (1988) 82-84 (in Russian).