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High-temperature deformation processing of Ti-24Al-20Nb

Sagar, PK and Banerjee, D and Muraleedharan, K and Prasad, YVRK (1996) High-temperature deformation processing of Ti-24Al-20Nb. In: Metallurgical And Materials Transactions A-Physical Metallurgy And Materials Science, 27 (9). pp. 2593-2604.

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Power dissipation maps have been generated in the temperature range of 900 degrees C to 1150 degrees C and strain rate range of 10(-3) to 10 s(-1) for a cast aluminide alloy Ti-24Al-20Nb using dynamic material model. The results define two distinct regimes of temperature and strain rate in which efficiency of power dissipation is maximum. The first region, centered around 975 degrees C/0.1 s(-1), is shown to correspond to dynamic recrystallization of the alpha(2) phase and the second, centered around 1150 degrees C/0.001 s(-1), corresponds to dynamic recovery and superplastic deformation of the beta phase. Thermal activation analysis using the power law creep equation yielded apparent activation energies of 854 and 627 kJ/mol for the first and second regimes, respectively. Reanalyzing the data by alternate methods yielded activation energies in the range of 170 to 220 kJ/mol and 220 to 270 kJ/mol for the first and second regimes, respectively. Cross slip was shown to constitute the activation barrier in both cases. Two distinct regimes of processing instability-one at high strain rates and the other at the low strain rates in the lower temperature regions-have been identified, within which shear bands are formed.

Item Type: Journal Article
Publication: Metallurgical And Materials Transactions A-Physical Metallurgy And Materials Science
Publisher: Minerals Metals Materials Society
Additional Information: Copyright of this article belongs to Minerals Metals Materials Society.
Department/Centre: Division of Mechanical Sciences > Materials Engineering (formerly Metallurgy)
Date Deposited: 12 Aug 2009 06:40
Last Modified: 19 Sep 2010 05:28
URI: http://eprints.iisc.ac.in/id/eprint/19541

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