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Abstract Purpose The purpose of this paper is to develop an empirical relationship for predicting the strength of titanium to austenitic stainless steel fabricated by diffusion bonding DB process. Findings An empirical relationship was developed to predict the lap shear strength LSS of the joints incorporating DB process parameters. Please note you might not have access to this content. You may be able to access this content by login via Shibboleth, Open Athens or with your Emerald account.
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In the present paper, superplastic behavior of the alloy was investigated, the microstructural evolution in superplastic deformation was observed and the superplastic deformation mechanisms were analyzed. The results showed that the strain rate sensitivity, m, of the Ti75 alloy was larger than 0. During the first stage of superplastic deformation, a phase grains became equiaxed, fine and homogeneous due to the recrystallization in a phase and diffusion in b phase. Newly formed equiaxed a grains then could slide and rotate, exhibiting superplastic features.
The stress concentration caused by grain sliding of a grains could be released by slip and diffusion in b phase between the a phase grains, which acted as accommodation mechanisms. Abstract: A zircon coating was applied on the surface of Ti-6Al-4V alloy by plasma spray and its effect on the high temperature tensile properties of the alloy as well as the oxidation behavior of the alloy were studied.
The results show that the elongation of the coated specimens is higher than that of the uncoated ones, while the ultimate tensile strength of the alloy is not changed. An oxide film had formed on the surface of uncoated Ti-6Al-4V alloy, however no such oxide film was found on the coated alloy at the early of stage.
The coating can prevent oxygen penetration into the substrate thus prevent embrittlement of the subsurface zone.
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The ductility could be improved by means of the zircon coating. The optical micrographs of the specimens show little change in microstructures of the coated and uncoated specimens. Zircon coating has no effect on the microstructure of the substrate alloy.