Process Simulation and Modeling for Advanced Intermetallic Alloys.
Final rept. 1 Sep 1989-31 Aug 1993
CLEMSON UNIV SC
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This Final Report summarizes the technical effort for contract Process Simulation and Modeling for Advanced Intermetallic Alloys undertaken under N0001489-J-3166 RT Project Number DU 89005 at Clemson University with H. J. Rack, Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Metallurgy acting as Principal Investigator. The report contains two major parts, Phase Stability Part 1 and High Temperature Deformation Processing Part 2. Part 1 contains nine 9 papers describing the high temperature phase stability of Ti-A1-Nb and Ti-Al-V intermetallic alloys, primary attention being focused on the temperature regimes normally associated with deformation processing. Part 2 contains three 3 papers which demonstrate the utility of combining phase equilibria studies with Dynamic Material Modeling to simulate and model the high temperature deformation processing response of alpha beta and alpha 2 beta titanium alloys. Processing, Intermetallics.
- Inorganic Chemistry
- Properties of Metals and Alloys