Impact of Machining and Phase Composition Change of Titanium Alloyed with Molybdenum

Impact of Machining and Phase Composition Change of Titanium Alloyed with Molybdenum

Boris Kodess, German Teterin, Pavel Kodess, Nikolay Dormidontov

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Abstract. The titanium samples alloyed with molybdenum and aluminum are used to conduct full high-precision X-ray experiments enabling to determine the characteristic of the atomic interrelations – the unit cell dimension, and to establish the phase components of the doped single crystal. An orthorhombic phase is found, the volume of which increases after the deformation impact.

Titanium–Molybdenum, Single-Crystal, Beta-Phase, Lattice Constant, Orthorhombic Phase, Strength

Published online 1/5/2022, 4 pages
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Citation: Boris Kodess, German Teterin, Pavel Kodess, Nikolay Dormidontov, Impact of Machining and Phase Composition Change of Titanium Alloyed with Molybdenum, Materials Research Proceedings, Vol. 21, pp 264-267, 2022


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