Reaction kinetics in continuous silicon carbide reinforced titanium 15V-3Cr-3Al-3Sn View Full Text


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1991-12

AUTHORS

Donald E. Morel

ABSTRACT

The reaction kinetics of a silicon carbide (SCS-6) reinforced titanium 15V-3Cr-3Al—3Sn composite have been characterized using a combination of phase contrast optical microscopy and scanning electron microscopy. The matrix is an all beta alloy that is a potential substitute for the more commonly used Ti-6A1-4V because it can be cold rolled into thin foils without expensive intermediate anneals. The composite panel was fabricated via diffusion bonding (Textron Specialty Materials) and was composed of eight plies [0°]8.. Samples were annealed under vacuum at temperatures ranging from 600°C to 950°C for periods of 4 to 96 hr. For a given temperature, the zone thickness was observed to increase linearly as a function of the square root of time. The data fit an Arrhenius type relationship where the slope of the Ink versus 1/T curve represents the activation energy for the process. Values for the activation energy,Q, are presented and compared for the 15-3 alloy, 6A1-4V, and other titanium matrix alloys. More... »

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251-255

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/bf02834027

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