Computer Analysis of Alloy Systems
Final technical rept. May 1971-Jan 1973
MANLABS INC CAMBRIDGE MA
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Computer analysis of twenty-three binary and thirteen ternary titanium and columbium base systems were performed in order to provide phase stability and thermochemical characterization data which can be used to define fabrication procedures for achieving high temperature stability and improved mechanical properties. M sub s temperatures were calculated for titanium base alloys with simultaneous additions of Mo, V, Al, Mn and Sn. The effect of zirconium on the solubility of Si and Be in hcp titanium was calculated along with the occurrence of miscibility gap formation in bcc titanium base systems. Titanium and columbium base ternary systems were analyzed to predict the temperature-composition trajectories of eutectoid and eutectic troughs and the location of melting point minima. A method was developed for calculation of the eutectic temperature and composition of metal alloy-metal carbide systems and applied to the Fe,Ni,Cr-TiC case.
- Properties of Metals and Alloys