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Phase diagrams of titanium alloys

  title={Phase diagrams of titanium alloys},
  author={E. Molchanova and S. G. Glazunov},
Surface treatment of a low-cost beta titanium alloy to combat wear
The development of an effective ceramic conversion treatment of TIMETAL LCB (Ti-6.8Mo-4.5Fe-1.5Al) has been investigated. Various characterisation methods were used to analyse samples in order toExpand
Structural decomposition and phase changes in TiNi surface layer modified by low-energy high-current pulsed electron beam
Abstract The TiNi shape memory alloy was exposed to low-energy high-current pulsed electron beam treatment with surface melting at an energy density Es = 10 J/cm2, pulse duration τ = 20 μs and numberExpand
The influence of temperature during water-quench rapid heat treatment on the microstructure, mechanical properties and biocompatibility of Ti6Al4V ELI alloy.
Results show that this process can provide a Ti6Al4V ELI alloy with a better Yield Strength (YS)/uniform deformation (εu) ratio and improved high cycle fatigue strength than those observed in the current microstructure used in medical implants. Expand
A Novel Composition Design Method for Beta-Gamma TiAl Alloys with Excellent Hot Workability
Beta-gamma TiAl alloys are promising light-weight structural materials for use in high-temperature applications. Disordered β phase at high temperature is beneficial to the hot workability of theExpand
Through-thickness microstructure and mechanical properties of electron beam similar welded AISI 316L stainless steel and dissimilar welded AISI 316L / Ti6Al4V
Through thickness microstructure and mechanical properties of defect-free electron beam welded 20 mm thick AISI 316L austenitic stainless steel has been investigated as a function of beam power. TheExpand
Direct reduction of synthetic rutile using the FFC process to produce low-cost novel titanium alloys
Typically, pure TiO2 in pellet form has been utilised as the feedstock for the production of titanium metal via the solid state extraction FFC process. For the first time, this paper reports the useExpand
Low-Cost α+β PM Ti Alloys by Fe/Ni Addition to Pure Ti
Ti and its alloys can deliver a very interesting combination of properties such as low density, high strength, corrosion resistance and biocompatibility and, therefore, are very flexible materialsExpand
Oxidation Behavior of Binary Ti-xW (0≤ x≤ 30, wt%) Alloys at 650° C As a Function of W Concentration
Abstract The role of composition on the oxidation behavior of the Ti-W system at 650 °C was investigated utilizing a compositionally graded specimen, Ti-xW (0 ≤ x ≤ 30, all compositions in wt%).Expand
Predicting Chemical Wear in Machining Titanium Alloys Via a Novel Low Cost Diffusion Couple Method
Chemical wear during high speed machining of titanium alloys is a serious problem which affects the surface integrity of both the tool and workpiece. A low cost, novel diffusion couple method is prExpand
A new combinatorial approach to assess the influence of alloy composition on the oxidation behavior and concurrent oxygen-induced phase transformations for binary Ti-xCr alloys at 650 C
Abstract Poor oxidation performance of Ti-based alloys is an important life-limiting factor for high temperature applications. In this paper, a combinatorial approach is used to investigateExpand