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O. P. Shaboldo, Ya. M. Vitorsky, V. V. Sagaradze, E. G. Volkova, N. L. Pechorkina

EFFECT OF THERMOMECHANICAL TREATMENT ON THE FORMATION OF THE STRUCTURE OF HIGH-STRENGTH Nb- AND Ti-BASED ALLOYS

DOI: 10.17804/2410-9908.2016.6.006-016

The paper studies the effect of heat treatment conditions on the microstructure of the LN-1 (Nb–10W–5Mo–1.5Zr–0.15C) and TS6 (Ti–10.5Cr–7V–4Mo–3Al–1Zr) alloys. It is shown for the LN-1 alloy that, under specific temperature conditions, a sufficiently high level of plasticity, necessary for subsequent deformation, is realized in the alloy. The structural studies have revealed the formation of finely dispersed niobium-zirconium carbides in the matrix during thermomechanical strengthening with the use of preliminary annealing. It is demonstrated that cold deformation by drawing (ε=24%) of the TS6 alloy leads to the formation of a cellular-band structure with high dislocation density along the cell boundaries. In the process of subsequent aging, the β-phase disintegrates with heterogeneous isolation of thin α-phase plates thus ensuring a considerable increase in the strength characteristics of the alloy.

Keywords: <p>high-temperature niobium alloys, carbides, β-titanium alloy, cold deformation, aging, α-phase, electron microscopy, mechanical properties, strengthening</p>

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Effect of Thermomechanical Treatment on the Formation of the Structure of High-Strength Nb- and Ti-Based Alloys [Electronic resource] / O. P. Shaboldo, Ya. M. Vitorsky, V. V. Sagaradze, E. G. Volkova, N. L. Pechorkina // Diagnostics, Resource and Mechanics of materials and structures. - 2016. - Iss. 6. - P. 6-16. -
DOI: 10.17804/2410-9908.2016.6.006-016. -
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