Paper Title:
Obtaining of Ni Base Intermetallic Alloys by Solidification Control
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Directional solidification techniques have been applied to produce Ni based intermetallic alloys with preferentially oriented columnar crystals extended along the complete length and parallel to the solidification direction. Enhanced ductility is expected from such alloys. In this paper we present the research results concerning the application of this technique to some complex Ni3Al- Fe-B alloys obtained from compacted mixtures of elemental powders. The corresponding master alloys have been obtained in a vacuum induction furnace by the known Exo-Melt process [1]. The directional solidification of these alloys was subsequently performed on cylindrical samples, at two solidification rates, 30 and 15 mm/h. The influence of the rate and composition used on the dimensional variations, densities, microstructure, constituent phases and lattice parameters, as well as on the surface chemical composition have been documented and are presented in the paper.

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Ionel Chicinaş and Traian Canta
Pages
283-386
DOI
10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMR.23.283
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M. Lucaci, R. L. Orban, M. Lazarescu, S. Gavriliu, M. Lungu, D. Patroi, "Obtaining of Ni Base Intermetallic Alloys by Solidification Control", Advanced Materials Research, Vol. 23, pp. 283-386, 2007
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October 2007
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