Weldability of T110 high-strength titanium alloy
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A new T110 high-strength titanium alloy has good weldability. The joints made by electron-beam welding have the same strength as the base metal. The level of strength of the joints made by argon-arc welding is equal to at least 90–95% of the strength of the base metal. To guarantee the high level of the mechanical properties of welded joints of T110 alloy, they must be annealed at 750°C for 1 h and cooled in air.
KeywordsWelding Base Metal Weld Metal Impact Toughness VT22 Alloy
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