MATEC Web Conf.
Volume 321, 2020The 14th World Conference on Titanium (Ti 2019)
|Number of page(s)||20|
|Published online||12 October 2020|
Development of CALPHAD database for both Ti- and TiAl-based alloys
Thermo-Calc Software AB, Råsundavägen 18, 169 67 Solna, Sweden
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Phase diagram calculations and phase transformation simulations have been widely employed to materials design and process optimization. Recent development of a 27-element thermodynamic database (TCTI2) together with a compatible mobility database (MOBTI3) for Tiand TiAl-based alloys is reported. The TCTI2 database has been developed in a systematic way in order to cope with the complexity in phase relations and phase transformations in both conventional Ti-based and newly emerging TiAl-based alloys. It can be used with Thermo-Calc and the add-on Diffusion Module (DICTRA) and Precipitation Module (TC-PRISMA) for calculations of multi-component alloys. Feasible calculations are ranging from the traditional stable and metastable phase equilibria (β-transus temperature, evolution of phase fractions vs. temperature, martensitic temperature, etc.) to some thermophysical properties (density, thermal expansion, etc.). Using a combination of TCTI2 and MOBTI3, one can simulate diffusion-controlled phase transformation and precipitation kinetics. The intermetallic TiAl-based alloys are known for their own complexities and the present modeling for α2-Ti3Al and γ-TiAl based alloys will be discussed. Typical calculated examples for various properties in titanium alloys are presented with the emphasis on validation against experimental observations in multi-component commercial alloys. This database is expected to efficiently support further development of Ti- and TiAl-based alloys, as well as to promote process simulations with accurate prerequisites.
Key words: CALPHAD / multicomponent simulation / Ti-alloys / Titanium aluminides
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