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Assessing Failure Mechanisms During Transformation Superplasticity of Ti-6Al-4V

  • C. Schuh (a1) and D. C. Dunand (a1)

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During thermal cycling through the α/β phase transformation under the action of a small external biasing stress, Ti alloys exhibit an average deformation stress exponent of unity and achieve superplastic strains. We report tensile experiments on Ti-6Al-4V with an applied stress of 4.5 MPa, aimed at understanding the failure processes during transformation superplasticity. The development of cavities is assessed as a function of superplastic elongation, and macroscopic neck formation is quantified at several levels of elongation by digital imaging techniques. The effects of thermal inhomogeneity on neck initiation and propagation are also elucidated experimentally.

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Assessing Failure Mechanisms During Transformation Superplasticity of Ti-6Al-4V

  • C. Schuh (a1) and D. C. Dunand (a1)

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