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Rolling texture and its effect on tensile property of a near-α titanium alloy Ti60 plate
Alternative TitleRolling texture and its effect on tensile property of a near-α titanium alloy Ti60 plate
Wenyuan Li1; Zhiyong Chen1; Jianrong Liu1; Shaoxiang Zhu1; Guoxin Sui1; Qingjiang Wang1
2019
Source PublicationJournal of Materials Science & Technology
ISSN1005-0302
Volume35Issue:5Pages:790-798
AbstractRolling texture and its effect on tensile properties of Ti60 alloy plates were investigated in the present study. The plates were β-rolled at 1070?°C and (α?+?β)-rolled at 980?°C, using uni-directionally rolling (UDR) and cross-directionally rolling (CDR) processes, respectively. β-rolled plates exhibited weak textures, which were attributed to the dispersive orientations of secondary α during the β?→?α phase transformation. Strong deformation textures formed in (α?+?β)-rolled plates as a result of slipping mechanisms: the strong T-type texture in UDR plate was related to {10 1 ˉ 0}11 2 ˉ 0 slipping, while the B-type texture in CDR plate was relevant with {0001}11 2 ˉ 0 slip. Strong T-type textures led to anisotropic tensile properties. B-type textures would decrease such an anisotropy. The (α?+?β)-CDR process was found to be a candidate process for reducing anisotropy of Ti60 alloy plates.
Other AbstractRolling texture and its effect on tensile properties of Ti60 alloy plates were investigated in the present study. The plates were β-rolled at 1070 ℃ and (α+β)-rolled at 980 ℃, using uni-directionally rolling (UDR) and cross-directionally rolling (CDR) processes, respectively. β-rolled plates exhibited weak textures, which were attributed to the dispersive orientations of secondary α during the β→α phase transformation. Strong deformation textures formed in (α+β)-rolled plates as a result of slipping mechanisms: the strong T-type texture in UDR plate was related to {10 1 0}11 2 0 slipping, while the B-type texture in CDR plate was relevant with {0001}11 2 0 slip. Strong T-type textures led to anisotropic tensile properties. B-type textures would decrease such an anisotropy. The (α+β)-CDR process was found to be a candidate process for reducing anisotropy of Ti60 alloy plates.
KeywordTi60 alloy plates Rolling texture Anisotropy Tensile properties
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Language英语
CSCD IDCSCD:6500991
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Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.imr.ac.cn/handle/321006/157226
Collection中国科学院金属研究所
Affiliation1.中国科学院金属研究所
2.中国科学院大学
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Wenyuan Li,Zhiyong Chen,Jianrong Liu,et al. Rolling texture and its effect on tensile property of a near-α titanium alloy Ti60 plate[J]. Journal of Materials Science & Technology,2019,35(5):790-798.
APA Wenyuan Li,Zhiyong Chen,Jianrong Liu,Shaoxiang Zhu,Guoxin Sui,&Qingjiang Wang.(2019).Rolling texture and its effect on tensile property of a near-α titanium alloy Ti60 plate.Journal of Materials Science & Technology,35(5),790-798.
MLA Wenyuan Li,et al."Rolling texture and its effect on tensile property of a near-α titanium alloy Ti60 plate".Journal of Materials Science & Technology 35.5(2019):790-798.
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