Elastic characteristics of Ti-Al-Cr-Fe-Si-B alloys
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The elastic properties of Ti-Al-Cr-Fe-Si-B alloys in the annealed condition remains almost unchanged with a change in the concentration of eutectoid-forming elements (Cr, Fe, Si).
Stabilizing of α phase with aluminum substantially improves the elastic properties of these alloys in the annealed condition.
An increase in the amount of Cr, Fe, and Si impairs the elastic properties of the alloys quenched from the β region.
KeywordsAluminum Elastic Property Annealed Condition Elastic Characteristic
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