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Powder Metallurgy and Metal Ceramics

, Volume 34, Issue 1–2, pp 42–47 | Cite as

Fatigue strength of titanium alloys with a VK-type detonation coating

  • V. K. Fedorenko
  • V. V. Sergeev
  • I. N. Shkanov
  • V. S. Klimenko
  • A. M. Il'chenko
  • T. A. Il'inkova
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Abstract

The influence of the structural, phase, and size factors, and the bonding of hard tungsten alloys to titanium alloy bases on the mechanism by which the system fails under alternating loads is studied. The failure mechanism of materials with detonation coatings applied by different methods is discussed in regard to the classical sequence of fatigue phenomena, i.e., hardening-softening and crack nucleation and growth.

Keywords

Fatigue Titanium Tungsten Failure Mechanism Titanium Alloy 
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© Plenum Publishing Corporation 1995

Authors and Affiliations

  • V. K. Fedorenko
  • V. V. Sergeev
  • I. N. Shkanov
  • V. S. Klimenko
  • A. M. Il'chenko
  • T. A. Il'inkova

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