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Surface Properties of Intermetallic Compound Layer Formed on Titanium Alloy by AIH-FPP (Atmospheric Controlled Induction Heating Fine Particle Peening) Treatment
Shogo TakesueShuya SaitoJun KomotoriYoshitaka MisakaKazuhiro Kawasaki
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2018 Volume 59 Issue 9 Pages 1452-1457

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The effect of the intermetallic compound layer formed by atmospheric controlled induction heating fine particle peening (AIH-FPP) treatment on the wear resistance and high-temperature oxidation resistance of titanium alloy was investigated. To form an intermetallic compound layer on a titanium alloy by AIH-FPP treatment, pure titanium, aluminum and nickel particles were mechanically milled using a planetary ball mill, and the prepared particles were used as shot particles in the AIH-FPP treatment. The results showed that intermetallic compound layers, consisted of Ti3Al and Ti2NiAl3, were formed on titanium alloy by AIH-FPP treatment using the prepared particles. The wear resistance and high-temperature oxidation resistance of the AIH-FPP treated specimen were higher than those of the untreated ones.

 

This Paper was Originally Published in Japanese in J. Jpn. Soc. Heat Treatment 58 (2018) 11–16.

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