Effect of titanium on the structure and properties of cast molybdenum high-speed steel
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On adding 0.4–1.3% Ti to cast molybdenum steel M6 the secondary hardness does not exceed HRC 60, and the red hardness is reduced to HRC 44-50.
Alloying of cast molybdenum high-speed steel with 2.4–3.5% titanium leads to an even more marked reduction in secondary hardness and red hardness.
A positive effect of titanium on the properties of cast molybdenum high-speed steel may be expected on alloying it with up to 0.4% Ti.
KeywordsTitanium Molybdenum Marked Reduction Molybdenum Steel Secondary Hardness
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