Microstructures of Rapidly Solidified Ti-15Al-11 Mo Alloy
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The microstructural development in a Ti3Al alloy modified with an addition ofil w/o Mo has been studied. Under equilibrium conditions (arcmelted) a two phase ordered hexagonal and ordered bcc structure is present. Evidence of omega phase was alsoobserved. By rapid solidification the hexagonal structure is suppressed, which contrastswith the behavior of a Ti3Al alloy modified with a similar amount of Nb. The mechanism by which the phases present form is discussed in terms of the atomic movements required.
Jackson, A. G.,
& Froes, F. H.
(1987). Microstructures of Rapidly Solidified Ti-15Al-11 Mo Alloy. MRS Proceedings, 81, 143-149.
Presented at the High-Temperature Ordered Intermetallic Alloys II Symposium, Boston, MA, December 2-4, 1986.