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张浩宇,黎小辉,林立,张思倩,王川,陈立佳.时效温度对一种新型β钛合金组织演变及力学性能的影响[J].稀有金属材料与工程(英文),2019,48(12):3812~3818.[Zhang Haoyu,Li Xiaohui,Lin Li,Zhang Siqian,Wang Chuan and Chen Lijia.Effect of aging temperature on microstructural evolution and mechanical properties in a novel β titanium alloy[J].Rare Metal Materials and Engineering,2019,48(12):3812~3818.]
Effect of aging temperature on microstructural evolution and mechanical properties in a novel β titanium alloy
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Received:June 09, 2018  Revised:November 04, 2019
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Key words: β titanium alloy  aging  secondary α phase  microstructure  mechanical properties
Foundation item:广东省金属强韧化技术与应用重点实验室开放课题(GKL201608);辽宁省教育厅科学研究项目(LGD2016019)
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Zhang Haoyu,Li Xiaohui,Lin Li,Zhang Siqian,Wang Chuan and Chen Lijia  
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Abstract:
      A β titanium alloy Ti-6Mo-5V-3Al-2Fe(wt.%) was designed in terms of d-electron alloy design method. Aging treatment was performed at various temperatures ranging from 450℃ to 600℃ for 4h to study the effect of aging temperature on microstructure evolution and tensile properties. The results show that the secondary α phase with smaller size and inter-particle spacing formed under ω-assisted nucleation mechanism at the aging temperature of 500℃. The highest ultimate tensile strength of 1510MPa is obtained due to the strengthening of fine acicular secondary α phase within β grain, while poor elongation of 4.6% is found as a result of the inevitable precipitation of α phase at grain boundary and the formation of precipitate free zone near grain boundaries. Fine secondary α precipitates tends to coarsen with the increasing aging temperature. Coarse α precipitates can bring about broad inter-particle spacing and can result in less α/β interfaces that act as effective dislocation barriers. The increase of aging temperature leads to the variation of tensile properties, i.e. the strength decreased while ductility changed in opposite way. A considerable improvement of elongation to 12.2% is achieved by increasing aging temperature to 600℃, in association with the formation of parallel secondary α laths near β grain boundaries and broad inter-particle spacing of secondary α phase within β grains.