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To investigate the basic mechanical and thermomechanical properties of TiAl alloys with high Aluminium content sufficiently large single crystalline domains are required. To fabricate these samples undirectional solidification in Bridgman Stockbarger furnaces and optical floating zone devices were used. Focus of investigation were grain selection and impurity contamination. Both processes allow for growth of single crystal domains of some millimetres diameter and a few centimetres length. However in a Bridgman Stockbarger furnace the long contact times with the crucible proved detrimental to oxidation issues whereas in the optical floating zone device oxidation is negligible due to containerless processing.
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