Effect of Vanadium and Zirconium on the Formation of Metastable Phases in Aluminum and Iron Alloys
Microcrystalline alloys of Al–V, Al–Fe, Al–Fe–V, and Al–Fe–Zr systems are prepared via spinning. The alloys are studied by means of physicochemical analysis. The regions of homogeneity in the resulting supersaturated Al-based solid solutions are determined. The stages of the decomposition of supersaturated solid solutions are studied, along with the effect vanadium and zirconium additives have on the structure and phase composition of rapidly quenched Al and Fe alloys and their mechanical properties, including the effect of dispersion hardening.
Keywords:alloys of the Al–Fe–V and Al–Fe–Zr system supersaturated solid solutions aging of alloys decomposition stages rapidly quenched alloys intermetallide phases
This work was supported by the Russian Science Foundation, project no. 14-50-00126.
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