Effect Of Carbon On Microstructure And Mechanical Properties Of Titanium

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The Effect of Al and V on Microstructure and Transformation

for titanium alloys. The microstructure of cast Ti-6Al-4V alloy is mainly a Widmanstätten type. A Widmanstätten structure usually has a lower combination of strength and ductility than equiaxed and bimodal structures [7-13]. Methods of improving of the mechanical properties of cast products are limited, because a lamellar structure is not

The Influence of Boron and Titanium on Low-Carbon Steel Weld

weld metal titanium. Without titanium ad­ ditions, the effect of boron on the weld metal microstructure was very small. Tita­ nium additions i n the absence of boron also showed a small effect. This study provides a thorough characterization of the microstructural behavior of titanium and boron contained in low-carbon steel filler metals


welding (GTAW) process. Aluminium(Al) and titanium(Ti) powders of -100µm mesh was added in the range from 1g to 3g between the butt joint of ferritic stainless steel The effect of post-weld annealing at 830°c,30min holding followed by water quenching on microstructure and mechanical properties of AISI 430


the contention that nitrogen acts in the same manner as carbon by segregating to carbon-enriched areas; thus, effectively increasing the amount of M-A present and enhancing its embrittling influence. Similarly, titanium above 0.009 weight percent was shown to degrade toughness.

Effect of Thermal Treatment on Microstructure Evolution and

comparison to other metals of similar mechanical and thermal properties), and excellent corrosion-resistance make it useful for many parts of aircraft. 1.1 Microstructure evolution and mechanical properties of α-β heat treated Ti-6Al-4V alloys The alpha-beta titanium alloys are relatively popular

Effect of carbon and manganese content on the microstructure

influence the mechanical properties such as tensile properties, impact toughness, and wear resistance [22]. Lu Dingshan et al. [23] studied the influence of carbon content on the microstructure and mechanical properties of Mn13Cr2 and Mn18Cr2 steel. They reported that the proportions of carbide in these two

Effects of Processing on Microstructure and Mechanical

Electron beam melted (EBM) titanium alloy (Ti-6Al-4V) samples were built and characterized (qualitative prior-β grain size, quantitative α lath thickness, monotonic tensile, Vickers microhardness) to determine the effect of location and orientation on microstructure and properties.

PAPER OPEN ACCESS The effect of microalloying on the sheared

Apr 05, 2020 microalloying elements [1,5 8]. This paper explores the effect of vanadium, niobium and titanium on the microstructure, mechanical properties, sheared edge quality and hole expansion properties of laboratory hot rolled, furnace heat treated approximately 4 mm thick steel plates with various carbon contents. 2.


EFFECT OF Nb AND Ti ON MICROSTRUCTURE AND MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF 30% Ni / 18% Cr CAST STEEL AFTER ANNEALING The study discusses the microstructure and mechanical properties of eight tested 0.3 % C -30 % Ni - 18 % Cr cast steels stabilized with niobium and titanium after annealing in the cycle of 900 °C / 300 h. The niobium

Processing, Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of PM

which occurs in any inert gas atomized powder. The results of a study to evaluate the effect of processing and heat treatment conditions on the microstructure and occurrence of TIP in gamma titanium aluminide powders will be presented. Mechanical properties of consolidated product will also be presented. Introduction

Effect of Heat Treatment Condition on Microstructural and

316L stainless steel [13,14], and titanium alloys [15] have strongly anisotropic mechanical properties. The mechanical anisotropy of the maraging steel produced by SLM has also been recently studied by Suryawanshi et al. [16] for AISI 18Ni-300 maraging steel. However, they only studied the mechanical anisotropy of the alloy in the as-built state.

Vol. 5, Issue 1, Januray 2016 Effect of Addition of

study the process of inoculation of grey cast iron and its effect on the mechanical properties such as Tensile strength, Hardness, Chemical composition, Microstructure of resulting alloy and Carbon equivalent Value (CEV) of resulting specimens. The inoculants used during process of inoculation are INOK 75 and Rare Earth.

Experimental Investigation on Effect of Heat Treatment on

mechanical properties of materials Mild Steel , Stainless Steel and Titanium But our main focus will be on titanium material The other two materials are studied for the comparison of mechanical properties of the materials with the titanium. Here the effect of heat treatment on the mechanical properties of the materials is found out by comparing

Effect of heat treatment on microstructure and mechanical

Abstract: The effect of heat treatment on microstructure and mechanical properties of the Ti−steel explosive-rolling clad plate was elaborated by optical microscopy (OM), scanning electron microscopy (SEM), X-ray diffraction (XRD), transmission electron microscopy (TEM), micro-hardness test and shear test.

Microstructure of Carbon Fiber and Carbon Reinforced Plastic

Microstructure of Carbon Fiber and Carbon Reinforced Plastic Author: N. I. Baurova, Wei Hao, Ouyang Xiao Subject: This study is the investigation of the microstructure of different types of carbon fiber. They were compared with the carbonized and graphitized fibers. Results of structural researches have been presented.


THE EFFECT OF OXYGEN CONTENT ON THE MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF AN n + ~ TITANIUM ALLOY Ti-4Al-2Sn-4Mo-0.5Si (IMI 550) R.F. Vaughan*, P.A. Blenkinsop and H.A. Holl+ *IMI Titanium, IMI Kynoch Ltd, Birmingham, England +RAE; Farnborough, Hants, England Introduction Fracture mechanics properties are becoming increasingly important in the

Effect of deposition parameters and heat-treatment on the

Apr 04, 2020 Effect of deposition parameters and heat-treatment on the microstructure, mechanical and electrochemical properties of hydroxyapatite/titanium coating deposited on Ti6Al4V by RF-magnetron sputtering Jianwei 3Qi 1,2, Zhangbo Chen 1, Wenjun Han , Danfeng He 4, Yiming Yang and Qingliang Wang 1

Effect of Molybdenum Addition to Aluminum Grain Refined by

titanium, particularly in combination with carbon or boron, produces a good refining effect in aluminum. Since then , it became an industrial practice to add titanium , either alone or with boron , to grain refine aluminum and its alloy , Originally , salt mixture such as K2 TiF6 with KBF4 or borax were added for the Al melt for this purpose.

Microstructure and mechanical properties of Ti/W and Ti

microstructure of these composites and their mechanical properties, both at ambient and elevated temperatures. 2. Materials and experimental procedures The average tungsten powder size (Fisher Sub-Sieve Size) is 3 mm, but powders as large as 10 mm were present. The titanium powders are roughly shaped, with


Moreover, the addition influences the microstructure and mechanical properties of titanium alloy. Figure 2shows As the percentage of Sn content increases the density of the samples decreases from 96.2 % to 86.8% and mechanical properties like yield strength, ultimate strength, percentage of elongation and harness decrease from 1523Mpa-

Effect of Technological Features on Mechanical Properties of

The results of evaluation for the effect of structure parameters on mechanical properties of wrought materials of alloy 5V are given. Key words: titanium alloy, 5V, structure, crystallographic texture, large-sized plate, anisotropy, near a -alloy, heat treatment, globular-lamella. INTRODUCTION Development and exploitation experience of titanium

Effect of Titanium Inoculation on Tribological Properties of

There is the correlation between the changing in microstructure and wear resistance. With greater amount of titanium the microstructure is finer. More fine carbides do not crumbling so quickly from the matrix, improving the wear resistance. Keywords: Mechanical properties, High chromium cast iron, Wear resistance, Inoculation, Titanium 1

Mechanical Properties of High-Carbon Martensitic

metals Article Effect of Titanium on the Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of High-Carbon Martensitic Stainless Steel 8Cr13MoV Wen-Tao Yu *, Jing Li, Cheng-Bin Shi and Qin-Tian Zhu

Microstructural Characteristics and Mechanical Properties of

EFFECT OF CHEMICAL COMPOSITION ON MICROSTRUCTURE AND MECHANICAL PROPERTIES In many previous studies [37-39], the type and form of eutectic carbides change from M 3 C to M 7 C 3 with increasing Cr content. In unalloyed or low Cr white cast irons containing below 5% Cr and up to 2% C, the eutectic carbides of the M 3

Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of MWCNT/Ti6Al4V

sintering technique has been used to prepare the composites. The effect of MWCNT concentration on the microstructure and mechanical properties of the composites are investigated and presented. 2. Materials and Experimental Procedures 2.1. Materials Multi-walled carbon nanotubes (MWCNTs) synthesized by chemical vapor phase

Effect of Titanium Alloying Element and Annealing Solution

Mechanical and microstructure of manganese steels are widely depended to chemical composition and heat treatment. In this paper, the effect of titanium content and solution treatment on improvement of microstructure and mechanical properties of manganese steels has been investigated. The microstructure of samples investigates by optical,


mechanical properties of CSC cermets with a starting nominal composition of 80 wt.% (Ti 0.8 Ta 0.2)(C 0.5 N0.5) and 20 wt.% Co. To the best of our knowledge, this is the first time a study was conducted on the influence of the microstructure on the mechanical behaviour of this type of cermet. The microstructure of the CSC cermets was modified

The Effect of Heat Treatment on the Microstructure and

may cause unfavorable changes in mechanical and structural properties of the material (Ref 16-19). 2. Experimental Procedures The present study was conducted to study the microstructure and mechanical properties of explosively welded sheets of commercially pure titanium Grade 1 (ASME) plates with carbon steel S355J2+N (EN 10025). The plates

Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of Graphene Oxide

mechanical properties of the composite reached the maximum when 0.5wt% multilayer graphene was added in the titanium matrix. The further improvement in the per-formance of the composites with additional reinforcement was limited because of the strong agglomeration of nano-carbon materials. Various attempts, including ultra-

Effect of Titanium Addition on Behavior of Medium Carbon Steel

The obtained fine grain microstructure can enhance the mechanical properties of steels obviously. In addition, multimicroalloying can lead to the formation of carbide and nitride particles which can further influence on the mechanical properties of steels [7-10]. Due to the high price of niobium and vanadium, the


of these elements are required to effect changes in the mechanical properties. Microalloyed steels are defined as steels containing small amounts of niobium, vanadium, or titanium, generally at levels between 0.05 and 0.20 w/o. Notwithstanding the low alloy content, microalloying can lead to major increases in strength and toughness.

Effect of vanadium and titanium modification on the

Effect of vanadium and titanium modification on the microstructure and mechanical properties of a microalloyed HSLA steel B.K. Show1, R. Veerababu∗, R. Balamuralikrishnan, G. Malakondaiah Defence Metallurgical Research Laboratory, Kanchanbagh P.O., Hyderabad 500058, Andhra Pradesh, India article info Article history: Received 22 July 2009

Effect of Increasing the Strength of Aluminum Matrix

Nov 11, 2019 mechanical properties; interface; microstructure 1. Introduction Aluminum matrix composites reinforced with carbon nanotubes (CNTs) have significant potential for applications in automotive, aerospace, and other high-tech industries: this is driven by the possibility of achieving high physical and mechanical properties of products even at a

Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of Nano-Carbon

Abstract: Nano-carbon reinforced titanium matrix/hydroxyapatite (HA) biocomposites were successfully prepared by spark plasma sintering (SPS). The microstructure, mechanical properties, biocompatibility, and the relationship between microstructure and properties of biocomposites were systematically investigated.


Keywords: Titanium matrix composite , ECAP Mechanical property Microstructure ABSTRACT In this study, forged 5 vol. % (TiB+TiC) reinforced Ti6Al4V titanium matrix composites with a heterogeneous structure were successfully subjected to equal channel angular pressing (ECAP). The evolution of the microstructure and mechanical properties (strength

Effect of Graphene Nanosheets Content on Microstructure and

microstructure and mechanical properties, 0.5, 1 and 1.5 weight percent (wt. %) of GNSs were added to the pure titanium powder. Then, ball milling (BM) was used for mixing GNSs and pure titanium

Effect of Carbon Nanotubes on the Behavior of the

Titanium, its alloys and nanocomposites. Conclusion The effect carbon nanotubes addiions and sintering tempera-ture on the microstructure and mechanical properties of the sin-tered binary Ti 50 wt. % Nb alloy compacts have been evaluated, and the results related to this aspect are presented and discussed.

Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of Heat Treated

Main physical properties of titanium and titanium alloys include: Low density and high specific strength: the density of Ti is 4.51 g/cm3 with tensile strength up to 1300MPa. The specific strength is much higher than that of aluminum and alloying steel. Good heat resistance: some new types of titanium alloys can be used for a long time at 600°C or

Effects of Niobium, Titanium and Nitrogen on Microstructure

TC128 Grade B steel did not have a significant effect on the normalized microstructure and mechanical properties of this steel. This paper presents the results of additi onal laboratory experiments with titanium additions directed at improving the CVN toughness of TC128 Grade