Hot Ductility Loss in a Fe-Ni-Based Superalloy
AbstractHigh temperature tensile tests have been conducted on samples of a Fe-Ni based superalloy, Incoloy A-286, and significant ductility loss has been observed at 1220 °C. Titanium-rich, thin-film-like phase has been found on the inter-granular facets of fracture surfaces. It appears that sulfur content of Ti-rich phase was higher than that of the matrix. At 1220 °C, liquation of Ti-rich phases has resulted in thin-film-like morphology along the grain boundary and caused the ductility loss during tensile deformation. View Full-Text
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Li, C.-W.; Yeh, A.-C.; Chen, C.-S.; Wang, W.-R. Hot Ductility Loss in a Fe-Ni-Based Superalloy. Metals 2015, 5, 2428-2434.
Li C-W, Yeh A-C, Chen C-S, Wang W-R. Hot Ductility Loss in a Fe-Ni-Based Superalloy. Metals. 2015; 5(4):2428-2434.Chicago/Turabian Style
Li, Chen-Wei; Yeh, An-Chou; Chen, Chi-San; Wang, Woei-Ren. 2015. "Hot Ductility Loss in a Fe-Ni-Based Superalloy." Metals 5, no. 4: 2428-2434.