Aug 06, 2019 · -Type Ti-Nb-based alloys exhibit satisfactory biocompatibility and low Youngs modulus for biomedical applications. The microstructure and mechanical properties of a series of Ti-(14, 16, 18, 20, 22, 24)Nb-2Fe alloys fabricated by arc melting were investigated by XRD, optical microscopy, and tensile tests. Both and phases existed in the Ti-14Nb-2Fe alloy, while just a single
Effects of Fe Content on Microstructure and Mechanical In DSC analysis, the smaller heat effect and the increase in peak temperature for precipitation phase suggest that the amount and kinetics of precipitation are lowered in higher Fe content
Jun 30, 2017 · Influence of carbon content, sintering temperature and cooling rate on microstructure and mechanical properties of a FeCrMo alloy has been investigated. Graphite powder with varying wt% (0.4 and 0.8) was mixed with FeCrMo prealloyed powder. The green preform compacts of 32 mm diameter were prepared by pressing in a cylindrical die at 650 MPa.
Influence of Zn Content on Microstructures, Mechanical Acta Metallurgica Sinica (English Letters) 2020, Vol. 33 Issue (10):1369-1378. DOI:10.1007/s40195-020-01063-7 Previous Articles Next Articles Influence of Zn Content on Microstructures, Mechanical Properties and Stress Corrosion Behavior of AA5083 Aluminum Alloy
Influence of microstructure on mechanical and magnetic Jul 01, 2019 · The major objective of the present work is to evaluate the influence of aging on microstructure and, in turn, on mechanical and magnetic properties of an NCATB shape memory alloy. Aging at 600 °C up to 48 h was found to be the optimum heat treatment to achieve enhanced mechanical properties in both NCATB1 and NCATB2 alloys.
The Influence of Microstructure and Mechanical Resistance on the Shape Memory of Ecae Processed Stainless 3 Fe-Mn-Si-Cr-Ni-Co Steel of traveling all the way from one grain boundary to another. This mechanism could explain the high volume fraction of multivariant
The influence of Cr content on the microstructure and Abstract The effect of chromium concentration on the microstructure and mechanical properties of a high-pressure die-cast AlSi9Cu3(Fe) alloy is reported. The Cr content ranges within the composition tolerance limits of the standard EN AB-46000 alloy, from 0.057 up to 0.15 wt.%. Metallographic and image analysis techniques have been used to quantitatively examine the microstructural changes Effect of Fe content on microstructures and properties of Sep 01, 2018 · The density of Î± phase increases as the Fe content increases from 0 to 5%, and then decreases as the Fe content further increases. At 5% or less Fe, the martensitic starting temperature (Ms) is higher than room temperature, while the microstructures of aged Î± phase are significantly dependent on the quenching martensite Î±', as shown in Fig 3.