Theory of Titanium Alloys for High-Temperature Strength.
Final rept. 1 Apr 69-31 Aug 71,
BATTELLE COLUMBUS LABS OHIO
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Some of the mechanical and structural properties of Ti-base alloys are justified from an electronic standpoint. Two classes of alloy are treated Alpha-stabilized, with nontransition metal solutes such as Al, Ga, or Sn and beta-stabilized, with transition metal solutes such as Mo. The results of measurements of various electronic properties, including electrical resistivity, Hall coefficient, low-temperature specific heat, and magnetic susceptibility, are shown to contribute to understandings of the electronic bonding mechanisms, and solid-solution strengthening effects in these two classes of alloy. Author
- Properties of Metals and Alloys