Effect of Rolling Temperature on the Properties of Titanium Clad Steel Plate Using DT4 Interlayer
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.
Ghenadii Korotcenkov and Syed H. Masood
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