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|Title:||EBSD analysis of the structure of a weld joining a chromium-nickel steel sheet and a titanium alloy sheet through a copper insert|
|Authors:||Pugacheva, N. B.|
Michurov, N. S.
Senaeva, E. I.
|Publisher:||Institute of Physics Publishing|
|Citation:||Pugacheva N. B. EBSD analysis of the structure of a weld joining a chromium-nickel steel sheet and a titanium alloy sheet through a copper insert / N. B. Pugacheva, N. S. Michurov, E. I. Senaeva. — DOI 10.1088/1757-899X/681/1/012034 // IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering. — 2019. — Vol. 1. — Iss. 681. — 12034.|
|Abstract:||The structure of the different zones of a C02 laser welded joint between a chromium-nickel steel sheet and a titanium alloy sheet, with a copper insert between them, is studied by EBSD analysis. The phase compositions of all the zones have been determined. The weld material has been found to consist of a Cu-based solid solution and unevenly distributed intermetallic particles of different stoichiometric compositions. The heat-affected zones consist of supersaturated iron- and titanium-based solid solutions. After laser welding, the microdeformations of the phase lattices are distributed unevenly over the cross section of the welded joint; namely, the maximum microdeformations and the resulting microstresses are concentrated in the heat-affected zone at the boundary between the weld and the titanium alloy. © 2019 IOP Publishing Ltd.|
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