Sample records for alloy-vt1-0

  1. Irradiation growth of titanium alloy VT1-0 under proton irradiation

    A specially developed procedure was used to study the irradiation growth of the rods of titanium alloy VT1-0 under proton irradiation. There was determined the relation between the dimensional changes induced by irradiation growth and the texture. The effect of various types of heat-treatment on the texture, structure and irradiation growth of the VT1-0 rods was studied. It is demonstrated that destruction of the initial texture of VT1-0 rods by the mechanical and microwave heat-treatment results in almost complete suppression of irradiation growth

  2. Ultrasonic Surface Treatment of Titanium Alloys. The Submicrocrystalline State

    Klimenov, Vasily Aleksandrovich; Vlasov, V.A.; Borozna, Vyacheslav Yurievich; Klopotov, A. A.


    The paper presents the results of the research on improvement of physical-and mechanical properties of titanium alloys VT1-0 and VT6 by modification of surfaces using ultrasonic treatment, and a comprehensive study of the microstructure and mechanical properties of modified surface layers. It has been established that exposure to ultrasonic treatment leads to formation in the surface layer of a structure with an average size of elements 50 x100 nm, depending on the brand of titanium alloy.

  3. Effect of hydrostatic pressure application at cryogenic temperatures on the properties of VT1-0 alloy

    Attempt was made to determine the influence of hydrostatic pressure on the properties of the alloy VT1-0 at cryogenic temperatures both under straining of the alloy and without it. Hardening of the material is observed only in that part of the specimen, which experienced a deformation, while the very exposure of the alloy under hydrostatic pressure does not lead to strengthening of the material. At the same time, measurements of acoustic emission (AE) show that in the near-surface layers the forces of hydrostatic compression alone, i.e. without a deformation, cause some changes in the structure, which stipulate an increase of the energy and (to a lesser extent) of the median frequency of AE signals. An explanation of this phenomenon is suggested

  4. Study of the corrosion resistance of metals in a lithium bromide solution

    Mel' nik, V.V.; Spivak, R.Sh.; Sokolov, V.V.; Trofimenko, A.G.


    Results are reported of a study of the corrosion resistance of the stainless steels 12Kh19N10T, 10Kh17N13M3T, 08Kh17N15M3T, 10Kh21N6M2T, and 06KhI28MDT, cupronickel MNZhMts 30-1-1, nickel NP-2, and titanium alloys VT1-0, PT-1M, and PT-3V in a solution of lithium bromide for purposes of assessing these alloys for use in absorption-type refrigerating units using the bromide as an absorbent. The uniform corrosion rate was determined from the weight loss; the nonuniform corrosion rate was determined by measuring the maximum depth of the pits under a microscope. Results are comparatively evaluated.

  5. Peculiarities of structure formation of layered metal-oxide system Ti-Ta-(Ti,Ta)xOy during electro-spark alloying and thermally stimulated modification

    Fomina, Marina A.; Koshuro, Vladimir A.; Fomin, Aleksandr A.; Rodionov, Igor V.; Skaptsov, Aleksandr A.; Zakharevich, Andrey M.; Aman, Alexander; Oseev, Aleksandr; Hirsch, Soeren; Majcherek, Soeren


    The study focuses on high-performance combined electro-spark alloying of titanium and titanium alloy (VT1-0, VT16) surface and porous matrix structure oxidation. The metal-oxide coatings morphology is the result of melt drop transfer, heat treatment, and oxidation. The study establishes the influence of technological regimes of alloying and oxidation on morphological heterogeneity of biocompatible layered metal-oxide system Ti-Ta-(Ti,Ta)xOy. It was found that during electro-spark alloying the concentration of tantalum on the titanium surface ranges from 0.1 to 3.2 at.%. Morphology of the deposited splats is represented by uniformly grown crystals of titanium and tantalum oxides, which increase from nano- to submicron size.

  6. Investigation of Corrosion Behavior of Bioactive Coverings on Commercially Pure Titanium and its Alloys

    M.Yu. Gazizova


    Full Text Available A microporous and macroporous bioactive coatings on boimedical titanium alloys (VT1-0, VT6, Ti-6Al-7Nb were formed by a micro-arc oxidation method. The effect of the phase composition of microporous and macroporous coatings on corrosion behavior titanium and its alloys was investigated. The results show that phase composition of the coatings microporous presented only titanium oxides: anatase and rutile, at that the phase composition macroporous coatings consists of anatase, rutile and calcium phosphate compounds: tricalcium phosphate (TCP α-Ca3(PO42 and calcium deficient hydroxyapatite Ca9HPO4(PO45OH. Corrosion behavior of MAO coatings was investigated in solution 0.9 % NaCl using potentiodynamic polarization tests. The microporous coatings exhibited a more highest corrosion resistance than macroporous coatings, it is connected with containing calcium phosphate compounds in macroporous coatings.

  7. Simulation of the elastic deformation of laser-welded joints of an austenitic corrosion-resistant steel and a titanium alloy with an intermediate copper insert

    Pugacheva, N. B.; Myasnikova, M. V.; Michurov, N. S.


    The macro- and microstructures and the distribution of elements and of the values of the microhardness and contact modulus of elasticity along the height and width of the weld metal and heat-affected zone of austenitic corrosion-resistant 12Kh18N10T steel (Russian analog of AISI 321) and titanium alloy VT1-0 (Grade 2) with an intermediate copper insert have been studied after laser welding under different conditions. The structural inhomogeneity of the joint obtained according to one of the regimes selected has been shown: the material of the welded joint represents a supersaturated solid solution of Fe, Ni, Cr, and Ti in the crystal lattice of copper with a uniformly distributed particles of intermetallic compounds Ti(Fe,Cr) and TiCu3. At the boundaries with steel and with the titanium alloy, diffusion zones with thicknesses of 0.1-0.2 mm are formed that represent supersaturated solid solutions based on iron and titanium. The strength of such a joint was 474 MPa, which corresponds to the level of strength of the titanium alloy. A numerical simulation of the mechanical behavior of welded joints upon the elastic tension-compression has been performed taking into account their structural state, which makes it possible to determine the amplitude values of the deformations of the material of the weld.