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Variation of the creep limit and structure of a welded joint in PT-3V titanium alloy under the effect of cyclic loading. Report 2

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Comparative analysis of the characteristics of amplitude-dependent internal friction (IF) was carried out to explain reasons leading to an increase of the creep limit of the butt welded joint in PT-3V titanium alloy (PT-2V filler material) after cyclic loading. IF was measured by the method of the direct torsional pendulum on cylindrical specimens representing the gage part of the specimens subjected to preliminary cyclic loading. The data were processed using the Granato-Lucke theory. The results show that the reduction of IF after cyclic loading took place as a result of an increase of the number and redistribution of pinning points of the dislocations. Consequently, the density of mobile dislocations decreases by 8% and the length of dislocation segments by 18%. These processes of stabilization of the structure were completed within 5·10 4 cycles of preliminary loading. Stabilization of the dislocation structure of the material of the welded joint increases its creep limit.

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Translated from Problemy Prochnosti, No. 4, pp. 35–40, April, 1996.

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Yakovleva, T.Y., Vlasenko, V.I. Variation of the creep limit and structure of a welded joint in PT-3V titanium alloy under the effect of cyclic loading. Report 2. Strength Mater 28, 273–276 (1996). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02210372

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Keywords

  • Titanium
  • Comparative Analysis
  • Titanium Alloy
  • Cyclic Loading
  • Internal Friction