The α → ω Transformation in Titanium-Cobalt Alloys under High-Pressure Torsion
AbstractThe pressure influence on the α → ω transformation in Ti–Co alloys has been studied during high pressure torsion (HPT). The α → ω allotropic transformation takes place at high pressures in titanium, zirconium and hafnium as well as in their alloys. The transition pressure, the ability of high pressure ω-phase to retain after pressure release, and the pressure interval where α and ω phases coexist depend on the conditions of high-pressure treatment. During HPT in Bridgeman anvils, the high pressure is combined with shear strain. The presence of shear strain as well as Co addition to Ti decreases the onset of the α → ω transition from 10.5 GPa (under quasi-hydrostatic conditions) to about 3.5 GPa. The portion of ω-phase after HPT at 7 GPa increases in the following sequence: pure Ti → Ti–2 wt % Co → Ti–4 wt % Co → Ti–4 wt % Fe. View Full-Text
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Kilmametov, A.R.; Ivanisenko, Y.; Straumal, B.B.; Gornakova, A.S.; Mazilkin, A.A.; Hahn, H. The α → ω Transformation in Titanium-Cobalt Alloys under High-Pressure Torsion. Metals 2018, 8, 1.
Kilmametov AR, Ivanisenko Y, Straumal BB, Gornakova AS, Mazilkin AA, Hahn H. The α → ω Transformation in Titanium-Cobalt Alloys under High-Pressure Torsion. Metals. 2018; 8(1):1.Chicago/Turabian Style
Kilmametov, Askar R.; Ivanisenko, Yulia; Straumal, Boris B.; Gornakova, Alena S.; Mazilkin, Andrey A.; Hahn, Horst. 2018. "The α → ω Transformation in Titanium-Cobalt Alloys under High-Pressure Torsion." Metals 8, no. 1: 1.
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