Structure and certain properties of alloys of sections TiC-VC0.90, TiC-V2C, TiC-V and in the region TiC-VC0.90-C of the ternary system Ti-V-C
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The melting point and microhardness of carbonsaturated solid solutions of titanium carbide and vanadium carbide, the composition of which corresponds to the section TiC-VC0.90, were determined.
The temperature of the eutectic formed by solid solutions of TiC-VC0.90 with graphite was found.
The polythermal sections TiC-V2C and TiC-V of the system Ti-V-V were constructed and the lattice constants and microhardness of phases in the alloys were determined with respect to the sections. Neither section is quasi-binary.
KeywordsTitanium Graphite Carbide Solid Solution Melting Point
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