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Volume 143, 2018IV International Young Researchers Conference “Youth, Science, Solutions: Ideas and Prospects” (YSSIP-2017)
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|Published online||08 January 2018|
Features of the structural phase state of a weld produced by electron-beam welding in the submicrocrystalline grade 2 titanium alloy
Tomsk State University of Architecture and Building, 634003 Tomsk, Russia
2 National Research Tomsk Polytechnic University, 634050 Tomsk, Russia
3 National Research Tomsk State University, 634050 Tomsk, Russia
4 Polyus Scientific and Production Center JSC, 634041 Tomsk, Russia
5 Gazprom transgaz Surgut, LLC, Technical and Engineering Center, 628404 Surgut, Russia
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This paper presents the results of structural studies for a welded joint of the Grade 2 titanium alloy in submicrocrystalline and microcrystalline states produced by electron beam welding when joining 2-mm-thick plates. Microhardness distribution patterns of the Grade-2 titanium alloy in micro- and submicrocrystalline states are identified in the weld zone and heat-affected zone. These patterns reflect a difference in structural phase states. It is assumed that one of the key factors affecting both the structural state and microhardness distribution in the weld zone and heat-affected zone during electron-beam welding is high concentration of oxygen atoms embedded into the crystal lattice of α–Ti-based solid solution.
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