Effect of Rolling Temperature on the Properties of Titanium Clad Steel Plate Using DT4 Interlayer

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In this paper, a TA2/Q235B composite plate was bonded with a DT4 interlayer by hot-rolling in a vacuum. The resulting interfacial structure and mechanical properties were analyzed. The results show that when the reduction is 25%, the rolling speed is 50 mm/s, and the bonding temperature is between 750 and 850°C, the shear strength of the bonding interface increases with temperature. It is difficult to bond TA2 and DT4 at a bonding temperature of 700°C. Brittle compounds, i.e., TiC, FeTi and Fe2Ti, are formed at the interface when the bonding temperature is 950°C, and the bonding strength significantly decreases. When the bonding temperature is 850°C, the shear strength of the interface reaches a maximum of approximately 237.6 MPa, and the fracture surface presents ductile fracture characteristics.

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Periodical:

Solid State Phenomena (Volume 266)

Edited by:

Ghenadii Korotcenkov and Syed H. Masood

Pages:

19-23

DOI:

10.4028/www.scientific.net/SSP.266.19

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C. Yu et al., "Effect of Rolling Temperature on the Properties of Titanium Clad Steel Plate Using DT4 Interlayer", Solid State Phenomena, Vol. 266, pp. 19-23, 2017

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October 2017

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