Korchunov Aleksey


1989-1994 Magnitogorsk Institute of Mining and Metallurgy named after G.I. Nosov, the Faculty of Technology. Major: Metal Forming.

2001 Awarded an academic degree of “Candidate of Engineering Science” (PhD) .

2010 Awarded an academic degree of “Doctor of Engineering”.

2013 Awarded an degree of Professor.



• Development of hardware-manufacturing technologies to produce:

low and high carbon wire for reinforcement ferroconcrete constructions.

spring-based couplings for railroad ties.

high-strength reinforcement bars for ferroconcrete ties used on modern railroad lines.

sized steel for machine – building industry.

continuous nanostructuring deformation of high-carbon steel wire.



Theoretical and field study of wire and sized steel drawing processes.

Technological inheritance in hardware-manufacturing technologies.

Quality controlin hardware-manufacturing technologies.

Multiscale simulation of metal forming processes.




Courses Titels:

• Metal forming technologies (hardware-manufacturing).

Modeling of metal forming processes.

Quality controlin hardware-manufacturing technologies.


Post-graduate students:

Five post-graduate students have defended their theses for the academic degree of “Candidate of Engineering Science” (PhD).



1. Ensuring product quality in hardware-manufacturing technologies. Metallurgist, Vol. 52, No. 9–10, 2008. pp. 574-581.

2. Improving the quality control of spring-based couplings for railroad ties. Steel in Translation, 2008, Vol. 38, No. 1, pp. 60–62.

3. Deformation and thermohardening of reinforcement for ferroconcrete crossties. Steel in Translation, 2009, Vol. 39, No. 1, pp. 80–83.

4. Quality control of hardware products based on the use of fuzzy models to describe technological inheritance. Metallurgist, Vol. 53, No. 5–6, 2009. pp. 290-295.

5. Forming ultrafine-grain structure in steel wire by continuous deformation. Steel in Translation, 2010, Vol. 40, No. 6, pp. 595–597.

6. Production of stabilized high-strength reinforcement steel for the new generation of ferroconcrete railroad ties. Metallurgist, Vol. 55, Nos. 1–2, May, 2011, pp.54-58.

7. Controlling the structure and properties of nanostructural carbon steel. Steel in Translation, 2012, Vol. 42, No. 10, pp. 745–749.

8. Development and efficiency estimation of the method of continuous deformation nanostructuring of high-carbon steel wire. Nanocon 2012. 23 – 25 Oct, 2012. Brno. Czech Republic, EU Conference proceedings. рр. 137-141.

9. Assessing the effectiveness of intense plastic deformation of structural carbon steel. Steel in Translation, 2013, Vol. 43, No. 2, pp. 50–54.

10. Finite element modeling of shear strain in rolling with velocity asymmetry in multi-roll calibers. Key Engineering Materials, Vols. 622-623 (2014) pp. 912-918

11. Recovery effect in drawing of steel bar for sizing. Procedia Engineering, 81 (2014) pp. 676 – 681

12. Finite element modeling of shear strain in asymmetric and symmetric rolling in multi roll calibers. Procedia Engineering, 81 (2014) pp.2469 – 2474

13. Multiscale modelling of ferritic-pearlitic steel deformation in rod drawing process by using statistical representation of microstructure. COMPUTER METHODS IN MATERIALS SCIENCE (Informatyka w Technologii Materiałów) Vol. 15, 2015, No. 2, pp 336-345.

14. Numerical study of grain evolution and dislocation density during asymmetric rolling of aluminum Alloy 7075. Key Engineering Materials, Vol. 685 (2016), pp 162-166

15. Effect of thermo-mechanical treatments on mechanical properties and residual stresses in cold-drawn wire rods of eutectoid steel. Metallurgia Italiana, №2. 2016, pp 5-11.

16. Multiscale simulation of cold axisymmetric deformation processes. Key Engineering Materials, Vol. 685 (2016), pp 18-22.

17. Computer simulation of transformation during TRIP steel rod drawing. Key Engineering Materials, Vol. 716 (2016), pp 620-631.

18. Study of structural transformation of hot-rolled carbon billets for highstrength ropes for responsible applications via the method of thermal analysis. CIS Iron and Steel Review, Volume 13, 2017, Pages 38-40.