Corpus ID: 134504125

EFFECTS OF HYDROGEN ON THE STRUCTURAL CHANGES IN TITANIUM ALLOYS

@inproceedings{Block1958EFFECTSOH,
  title={EFFECTS OF HYDROGEN ON THE STRUCTURAL CHANGES IN TITANIUM ALLOYS},
  author={N. Block and A. Glazova and N. F. Lashko and A. Yakimova},
  year={1958}
}
The complex phase analysis of the effects of hydrogen on the structural changes of VT3 and VT3-1 alloys 1.93 wt.% Cr, amd 1.5 wt.% Mo) showed that the presence of 0.015 to 0.035% H in VT3 alloy accelerates the beta yields alpha eutectoid reaction. Heating in 0.05 to 0.06% H disintegrates the beta phase into titanium hydrate. With 0.12% beta the beta phase is stabilized, and the eutectoid reaction does not appear in annealing at 400 to 500 deg C for 100 hours. In the Mo-containing VT3-1 alloys… Expand