Particular Features of the Structure and Decay of Unstable Beta-Solid Solutions of the Ti-V System,
FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO
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Beginning at a point with approximately 13 V the titanium-vanadium beta-solid solution is supercooled to room temperature. With a smaller vanadium content the high-temperature beta-phase is unstable and during quenching out of the beta-region undergoes martensitic transformation. This work is concerned with studying the structure of the metastable beta-solid solution and the processes of phase transformations occurring in it at both room and elevated temperatures.
- Properties of Metals and Alloys