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《Rare Metal Materials and Engineering》 2007-11
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Effects of Heat-Treatments on Microstructures of TC21 Titanium Alloy

Fei Yuhuan1,2, Zhou Lian1,2, Qu Henglei2, Zhao Yongqing2, FengLiang2 (1. Northeastern University, Shenyang 110004, China) (2. Northwest Institute for Nonferrous Metal Research, Xi’an 710016, China)  
The effects of heat-treatment, such as solution and solution-aging, on the microstructures and the phase composition for TC21 titanium alloys are studied by OM and SEM in this paper. The influence of solution temperature, solution time, cooling manners and aging on the microstructures of alloys are also discussed. The results show that the main phases are α and β during heat-treated in the α+β region for the alloy, otherwise, some intermetallic compounds, such as α2-Ti3Al, B2 phase, Zr3Al, Si2Mo, etc; the solution temperature has effects on the grain size and the content of primary α phase; the solution time has no obvious effects on the microstructures; the cooling rate has effects on the transformed β base structure; the aging also has effects on the transformed β base structure and the secondary α phase.
【CateGory Index】: TG115
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