Papers by Keyword: Titanium Carbonitride

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Authors: N. Donnelly, M. McConnell, Denis P. Dowling, J.D. O'Mahony
Authors: Yan An Wang, Ke Xin Chen, He Ping Zhou
Abstract: Titanium carbonitride powders were synthesized directly by a combustion synthesis process between titanium and carbon in a nitrogen atmosphere. The relationships between properties of the final product and the combustion reaction parameters were systematically investigated. Especially, the effects of nitrogen pressure on the phase formation and microstructure of the as-synthesized products were experimentally investigated. The reaction mechanism of Ti(C,N) was proposed through quench experiment, the variation of combustion temperature on time and thermodynamics analysis.
Authors: Ke Gang Ren, Ke Xin Chen, G.H. Liu, Hai Bo Jin, Xiao Shan Ning, He Ping Zhou
Abstract: In present works, the low cost TiO2 powders were partially introduced to raw mixture as playing roles of both reactant and dilution. The experimental results showed that increasing the ratio of TiO2 to titanium powders up to 70wt%, the combustion synthesis reaction could still proceed by self-sustained mode. Single phase of TiNxC1-x with ultra fine particle size could be prepared by using TiO2 as dilution. Influences of TiO2 addition on phase formation and microstructure of product were also investigated. It was found that the combustion temperature and as-synthesized TiNxC1-x particle size decreased as increasing the amount of TiO2 addition.
Authors: Si Wen Tang, Hou An Zhang, Jian Hui Yan
Abstract: TiCN matrix cermets were prepared by using traditional sintering and microwave sintering. The effect of sintering methods, sintering temperature and protective atmosphere to the densification process of as prepared material were discussed. The results show that microwave sintering can short the sintering time than the traditional sintering, but it need higher temperature to obtain approximate density. At 1500°C,holding 5min, vacuum microwave sintering can gain relative density of 99.5%. The relative density of TiCN matrix cermets under argon shield is lower than vacuum microwave sintering, and the microscopic particles is more small, but the uniformity of pore is reduced. Microwave sintering can greatly reduce energy consumption.
Authors: Yan Zhi Lou
Abstract: HREM study on Ti-carbonitride particles in Ti-microalloyed steels has been carried out. It shows that many tiny Ti-carbonitride precipitates formed on nitride, sulfide or oxide particles. These carbonitrides possess twin relationship or have continuous interface with the particles existed already. The results imply that the twinning and epitaxial growth may be the important mechanisms for Ti-carbonitride formation in the steels. These nucleation mechanisms can highly lower the interfacial energy of new precipitates, resulting in the nucleation rate greatly increased. Therefore, the mechanical properties of the Ti-microalloyed steels are effectively improved.
Authors: Fu Sheng Pan, Kui Li, Ai Tao Tang, Yu Wang, Jing Zhang, Z. Xiao Guo
Authors: O. Uzlov, A. Malchere, V.I. Bolshakov, Claude Esnouf
Abstract: Low carbon-manganese wrought steels with addition of Ti-Al-N have been treated in order to obtain acicular ferrite structure. The microstructure of fine acicular ferrite nucleated intragranularly on Ti(C,N)+AlN and Ti(C,N)+AlN+MeS inclusions has showed high strength and toughness at low temperatures.
Authors: Dong Won Lee, Ji Hun Yu, Tae Suk Jang
Abstract: Nanoparticles of TiC and TiCN were synthesized by a magnesium thermal reduction process. The process was performed in the sequence of (1) the transfer of TiCl4+C2Cl4 solutions into a liquefied magnesium protected with Ar, (2) the magnesium reduction of metal chlorides, (3) the formation of a titanium carbide by the reaction of Ti and C atoms released by the magnesium reduction, and finally (4) the vacuum separation of the residual liquid Mg and MgCl2. Titanium carbonitride could be synthesized by maintaining the reaction chamber in nitrogen atmosphere. The average particle size of both TiC and TiCN synthesized was about 80 nm each. The composition of the TiC nanoparticles was approximately TiC0.95 with 0.9 wt % free carbon whereas that of the TiCN nanoparticles was TiC0.46~0.53N0.46~0.51 with 0.1 wt % free carbon.
Authors: Ai Tao Tang, Fu Sheng Pan, Ling Yun Wang, Yun Lu, Kui Li, Jing Zhang
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