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Influence of oxygen on the structure and properties of the VT3-1 alloy
Conclusions1.The oxygen content must not exceed 0.15% in the VT3-1 alloy containing 5.2–6.5% Al in order to guarantee high thermal stability during prolonged operation (up to 2000 h) at workingExpand
Structure and properties of Ti−Al alloys
ConclusionWe found that the strength and heat resistance increase most in binary titanium alloys with 6–8% Al. The alloys with 9 and 10% Al, although they have high heat resistance properties, are ofExpand
Ways of Increasing Titanium Alloys High Temperature Strength
Titanium alloys are widely used in aerospace applications because of their high specific strength compared to other structural materials; these alloys are widely used in the manufacture of enginesExpand
Effect of tungsten on the properties and phase composition of Ti−Al and BT3-1 alloys
Conclusions1.We have shown that the Ti+6% Al+2–3% W alloy is more heat-resistant than the BT3 alloy.2.Heat resistance of the Ti+6% Al+2–3% W alloy subjected to 100h at 400, 450, and 500°C is higherExpand
Changes in the structure and properties of titanium alloy VT25 during thermomechanical treatment
Conclusions1.The ultimate tensile strength of alloy VT25 at 20° is almost independent of the deformation conditions, while the ductility is considerably lower after deformation in the β regionExpand
An electrochemical method was utilized in a phase analysis of alpha - and beta -titanium alloys and titanium alloyed with active eutectoid elements. The isomorphous tabilizers are distributedExpand