TITLE

In situ neutron diffraction studies on the elevated-temperature deformation behavior of a TiAl–W alloy

AUTHOR(S)
Choo, Hahn; Seo, Dongyi; Boddoes, Jonathan; Bourke, Mark A.M.; Brown, Donald W.
PUB. DATE
November 2004
SOURCE
Applied Physics Letters;11/15/2004, Vol. 85 Issue 20, p4654
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The evolution of elastic lattice strain in a Ti-48A1-2W (at. %) alloy, subjected to (1) quasistatic tensile loading and (2) constant-load tensile creep, was investigated at 1033 K using in situ neutron diffraction. During the quasistatic test to a maximum stress of 435 MPa, a- and c-axes lattice strains increased linearly with a small degree of anisotropy (Ēa/Ēc≅0.9) up to 200 MPa, followed by a significant redistribution of load above 260 MPa due to the plastic anisotropy. Time-resolved in situ measurements were also performed during the creep at 276 and 327 MPa. The results show that lattice strain evolution during the primary creep is qualitatively similar to the quasistatic case under the current test conditions.
ACCESSION #
15075068

 

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