Structure and properties of welds of high-alloy titanium alloy after heat treatment
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The methods of x-ray diffraction analysis, electron microscopy, thermal analysis, and hardness measurement are used to study special features of decomposition of metastable β-solid solution in welds of titanium alloy VT19 after hardening from 950°C and aging at 430 and 500°C.
Key wordswelded joints titanium alloy heat treatment hardening aging structure properties decomposition of β-solid solution
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