Effect of Heat Treatment on the Temperature Corresponding to the Transformation of Nb—Zr Alloys Into the Superconducting State
The superconducting transformation temperature of Nb-Zr alloys is measured after cold working and various forms of heat treatment leading to changes in the phase composition of the alloys. The transformation temperature of the alloys changes after heat treatment; as in the case of single-phase alloys, it depends on the chemical composition of the phases precipitating.
KeywordsHeat Treatment Solid Solution Phase Composition Holding Time Formation Temperature
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