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Volume 243, 2018XIV International Workshop High Energy and Special Materials: Demilitarization, Antiterrorism and Civil Application (HEMs-2018)
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|Published online||05 December 2018|
Structure and phase composition of material based on vanadium alloy V-4.9Ti-4.8Cr and ferrite steel 17Cr-12Ni-Fe
1 National Research Tomsk State University, 634050, Tomsk, Russia
2 Siberian Research Institute of Agriculture and Peat – branch of the Siberian Federal Scientific Centre of Agro-Bio Technologies of the Russian Academy of Sciences, 634050, Tomsk, Russia
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Three-layer materials consisting of the V-4.9Ti-4.8Cr/ferrite steel 17Cr-12Ni-Fe /V-4.9Ti-4.8Cr were obtained in the paper. Phase composition and microstructure of the transition zone of the three-layer material of vanadium alloy V-4.9Ti-4.8Cr and ferrite steel 17Cr-12Ni-Fe were considered. The use of the method of direct laser growing allowed obtaining a three-layer material with qualitative interconnection of layers, as well as decreasing a multistage nature of deformation and thermal operations used when obtaining a three-layer material in earlier works. Additional thermal treatment of a three-layer alloy led to growth of matrix grains up to 100 μm of the vanadium alloy. A uniform distribution of main elements V, Ti, Cr was observed in the transition zone both before and after annealing. A zone of interdiffusion of the metals amounted to 250-350 μm.
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