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Fatigue Performance of the Novel Titanium Alloy Timetal 407 / William Davey; Martin Bache; Helen Davies; Matthew Thomas

MATEC Web of Conferences, Volume: 165, Start page: 04001

Swansea University Author: Bache, Martin

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Timetal 407 (Ti-407) is a novel titanium alloy formulated as a lower strength, more malleable alloy offering a range of cost reduction opportunities compared with Ti-6-4 (Ti-6Al-4V). An investigation of the room temperature, high cycle and low cycle fatigue properties of Ti-407 is presented. The eff...

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ISSN: 2261-236X
Published: 2018
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title Fatigue Performance of the Novel Titanium Alloy Timetal 407
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description Timetal 407 (Ti-407) is a novel titanium alloy formulated as a lower strength, more malleable alloy offering a range of cost reduction opportunities compared with Ti-6-4 (Ti-6Al-4V). An investigation of the room temperature, high cycle and low cycle fatigue properties of Ti-407 is presented. The effect of thermo-mechanical processing on microstructure is characterised and the fatigue properties of a microstructure containing 30-40% primary alpha volume fraction are presented and discussed. The Ti-407 results are compared with data generated from Ti-6-4 processed to provide a similar microstructure, to demonstrate both superior HCF endurance strength and ductility of the former.
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