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Mechanical behaviour and microstructural evolution in fine grain Ti-6Al-4V alloy under superplastic conditions

Abstract : Ti-6Al-4V is able to support high level of deformations like superplastic deformation for aeronautical structural applications. However, the applied temperature during forming induces changes in phase fraction, which may have an impact on the mechanisms of deformation involved and the final part. Mechanisms described in the literature, like dislocation glide, diffusional creep, Grain Boundary Sliding (GBS) accommodated by dislocation or diffusion, are still controversial as there are mainly based on post mortem analysis or on stress-strain data. The purpose of this work was to combine interrupted tensile tests and heat treatments to improve the understanding of the mechanisms of deformation on each stage of deformation. The chosen test temperatures were 750°C and 920°C which correspond to different β phase fractions. The microstructural features like grain size and phase fraction were studied by Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM) combined with image analysis. Moreover, EBSD was used to follow the change of crystalline orientation of α grains to distinguish the involved mechanisms as a function of the deformation. Indeed, it would appears that several mechanisms could be activated depending on the deformation stage and on the temperature.
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Laurie Despax, Vanessa Vidal, Denis Delagnes, Moukrane Dehmas, Hiroaki Matsumoto, et al.. Mechanical behaviour and microstructural evolution in fine grain Ti-6Al-4V alloy under superplastic conditions. Ti 2019 - The 14th world conference on titanium, Jun 2019, Nantes, France. ⟨hal-02384341⟩

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