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Influence of Cold-Working and Subsequent Heat-Treatment on Young’s Modulus and Strength of Co-Ni-Cr-Mo Alloy
Takuma OtomoHiroaki MatsumotoNaoyuki NomuraAkihiko Chiba
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2010 Volume 51 Issue 3 Pages 434-441

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Changes in Young’s modulus of the Co-31 mass%Ni-19 mass%Cr-10 mass%Mo alloy (Co-Ni based alloy) with cold-swaging, combined with heat-treatment at temperatures from 673 to 1323 K, was investigated to enhance the Young’s modulus of Co-Ni based alloy. After cold-swaging, the Co-Ni based alloy, forming ⟨111⟩ fiber deformation texture, shows the Young’s modulus of 220 GPa. Furthermore, after ageing the cold-swaged alloy at temperatures from 673 to 1323 K, the Young’s modulus increased to 230 GPa, accompanied by a decrease in the internal fiction and an increase in the tensile strength. This suggests that the increment in Young’s modulus is caused by a moving of the vacancies to the dislocation cores and a continuous locking of the dislocations along their entire length with solute atoms (trough model). By annealing at 1323 K after cold swaging, Young’s modulus slightly increased to 236 GPa. On the other hand, the tensile strength decreases to almost the same value as that before cold swaging due to recrystallization. These results suggest that the Young’s modulus and the strength in the present alloy are simultaneously enhanced by the continuous dislocation locking during aging as well as the formation of ⟨111⟩ fiber deformation texture.

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