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Emission mitigation potential of lightweight intermetallic TiAl components

N.P Lavery, D.J Jarvis, D Voss, Nicholas Lavery Orcid Logo

Intermetallics, Volume: 19, Issue: 6, Pages: 787 - 792

Swansea University Author: Nicholas Lavery Orcid Logo

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The lifecyle environmental impact was compared between two gamma titanium aluminide (gamma-TiAl) alloys, Ti-46Al-8Nb and Ti-46Al-8Ta (at.%), and a standard nickel superalloy (INC713LC) as used for investment cast components in the low pressure (LP) turbine section of aircraft engines. The results su...

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ISSN: 0966-9795
Published: 2011
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title Emission mitigation potential of lightweight intermetallic TiAl components
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description The lifecyle environmental impact was compared between two gamma titanium aluminide (gamma-TiAl) alloys, Ti-46Al-8Nb and Ti-46Al-8Ta (at.%), and a standard nickel superalloy (INC713LC) as used for investment cast components in the low pressure (LP) turbine section of aircraft engines. The results suggest that over the complete lifetime, the weight reduction by direct replacement could give significant reductions in CO(2) emissions, greatly outweighing other environmental impacts during the mining, processing, manufacturing and recycling.
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