Papers by Keyword: Ductility Improvement

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Authors: Satoshi Emura, Xiao Hua Min, Seiichiro Ii, Koichi Tsuchiya
Abstract: Swirly segregation of Mo was introduced in Ti-12 mass% Mo alloys through hot caliber rolling. After isothermal aging of the alloys, ω phase precipitated heterogeneously in the alloys due to the segregation of Mo. The effect of the swirly segregation and isothermal aging condition on room temperature tensile properties of Ti-12Mo alloy was investigated. Tensile strength has been slightly affected by the swirly segregation. However, total elongation has been extremely improved from 4~10 % to around 20 % in the samples with tensile strength of between 1000 and 1100 MPa. Under all aging conditions, samples with the swirly segregation show larger reduction in area.
Authors: Yoshisato Kimura, Kiichi Sakai, Shinya Teramoto, Yoshinao Mishima
Abstract: Aiming for further improvement of mechanical properties of Co3AlC-based heat resistant alloys, microstructure control was conducted using optical floating zone (OFZ) melting. Unidirectional solidification was performed to align Co3AlC/a(Co) two-phase eutectic microstructure. Co3AlC single phase poly-crystal alloys were successfully fabricated for the first time by taking advantage of OFZ. Mechanical properties were evaluated for selected alloys by compression tests at ambient temperature, 1073 K and 1273 K. Excellent elevated temperature strength is achieved in Co3AlC single phase alloys and ductility is sufficiently improved in Co3AlC/a(Co) two-phase alloys.
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