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1988-09

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M. J. Cieslak, T. J. Headley, A. D. Romig, T. Kollie

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The melting and solidification behavior of Alloy 625 has been investigated with differential thermal analysis (DTA) and electron microscopy. A two-level full-factorial set of chemistries involving the elements Nb, C, and Si was studied. DTA results revealed that all alloying additions decreased the liquidus and solidus temperatures and also increased the melting temperature range. Terminal solidification reactions were observed in the Nb-bearing alloys. Solidification microstructures in gastungsten-arc welds were characterized with transmission electron microscopy (TEM) techniques. All alloys solidified to an austenitic (γ) matrix. The Nb-bearing alloys terminated solidification by forming various combinations of γ/MC(NbC), γ/Laves, and γ/M6C eutectic-like constituents. Carbon additions (0.035 wt pct) promoted the formation of the γ/MC(NbC) constituent at the expense of the γ/Laves constituent. Silicon (0.4 wt pct) increased the formation of the yJLaves constituent and promoted formation of the γ/M6C carbide constituent at low levels (<0.01 wt pct) of carbon. When both Si (0.4 wt pct) and C (0.035 wt pct) were present, the γ/MC(NbC) and γ/Laves constituents were observed. Regression analysis was used to develop equations for the liquidus and solidus temperatures as functions of alloy composition. Partial derivatives of these equations taken with respect to the alloying variables (Nb, C, Si) yielded the liquidus and solidus slopes t(mL, mS) for these elements in the multicomponent system. Ratios of these liquidus to solidus slopes gave estimates of the distribution coefficients (k) for these same elements in Alloy 625. More... »

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2319-2331

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