Shock-induced α-ω phase transition and mechanisms of spallation in shock loaded titanium alloys

Mescheryakov, Yu. I.; Divakov, A. K.; Zhigacheva, N. I.; Petrov, Yu. A.
April 2000
AIP Conference Proceedings;2000, Vol. 505 Issue 1, p439
Academic Journal
A study of the shock-induced α-ω phase transformations and spallation in Titanium alloys has been performed by using the interferometric velocity measurements and post-shocked SEM-investigations. Maximum spall-strength relates to rotational mechanism of spall fracture at the mesolevel. Shock tests revealed forward α→ω and reverse ω→α phase transitions.


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