MQAF Titanium Alloys and Titanium Bi-Alloy Composites 660458

The development of a unique micro quenched age formed (MQAF) process for producing titanium alloys of shallow hardening composition with deep hardening characteristics is described. Also, in line with the desire to improve the elevated temperature strength of titanium alloys, an alternate approach has been devised for producing titanium alloys with useful strength above 1000 F. Data are presented on the development of composites of two titanium alloys, each constituent possessing complementary properties. It is believed that this bi-alloy concept offers great potential for titanium alloys in the high-temperature range.


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