The mechanical properties of titanium alloys with isomorphous β-stabilizing elements
Ti−Al−Mo alloys have a higher strength in the annealed and thermally hardened conditions than Ti−Al−V alloys.
To reduce the amount of molybdenum, which is hard to dissolve, it is expedient to add two β-stabilizing elements together—molybdenum and vanadium.
The sensitivity of these alloys to overheating in the β region increases with alloying up to the critical concentration. In the annealed condition they are less sensitive than in the thermally hardened condition.
The investigation showed the validity of analyzing changed in the mechanical properties in relation to the amount of β-stabilizing elements nominally equivalent to molybdenum.
KeywordsTitanium Mechanical Property Vanadium Molybdenum Titanium Alloy
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