Melting Liquid Joint Method of Ti(Cu)-Base Bulk Metallic Glassy Alloy
Techniques for joint of materials are developed over 2000 years. The metallic liquid jointing technique which enables the joint of Ti41.5Cu42.5Ni7.5Hf5Zr2.5Si1 bulk glassy alloy without any crystallization is very useful to produce large bulk metallic glass. High velocity molten alloy streams are generated by ejection of alloy liquid through two nozzles at different sites. The jointed region has nearly the same structure, thermal stability and mechanical properties as those for the original glassy Ti41.5Cu42.5Ni7.5Hf5Zr2.5Si1 alloy.
Young Won Chang, Nack J. Kim and Chong Soo Lee
K. S. Son et al., "Melting Liquid Joint Method of Ti(Cu)-Base Bulk Metallic Glassy Alloy", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 26-28, pp. 707-710, 2007