Dyanmic Young's modulus of beta-type Ti-Nb-(Sn) and Ti-Nb-O alloys quenched and aged after solution treatment was measured at room temperature as a function of alloy composition. Composition dependence of Young's modulus exhibited a minimum arising from athermal ω phase formation at lower alloying contents, and an increase in β phase stability at higher alloying contents. Young's modulus and hardness increased by isothermal ω formation on aging at 573K. Tin and oxygen additions to Ti-Nb decreased Young's modulus in quenched alloys.
|Specialist publication||Advanced Materials and Processes|
|Publication status||Published - 2005 Apr 1|
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- Materials Science(all)
- Mechanics of Materials
- Mechanical Engineering