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Dynamic Strain Aging During the Creep and Tensile Testing of a Molybdenum-Titanium-Carbon Alloy.
NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION CLEVELAND OH LEWIS RESEARCH CENTER
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A study was made of the influence of dynamic strain aging on the creep and short time tensile properties of a Mo-0.82 Ti-0.20 C at. alloy. The strengthening effects are directly related to carbide precipitation during deformation. The precipitation lowers the density of mobile dislocations and slows down Ihe rate of recovery.
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