Effect of Fe and Zr ion implantation and high-current electron irradiation treatment on chemical and mechanical properties of Ti-V-Al alloy

Alexander D. Pogrebnjak, Alexander P. Kobzev, Boris Petrovich Gritsenko, Sergey Sokolov, Elena Bazyl, Nikolai V. Sviridenko, Alexander N. Valyaev, Yurii F. Ivanov

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Using Rutherford backscattering spectroscopy, nuclear elastic resonance analysis, atomic force microscopy, transmission electron microscopy, and wear resistance and microhardness tests, the alloy Ti41-V41-Al18 was investigated after Fe ion (60 kV) and Zr (40 kV) ion implantation and subsequent high-current electron beam (HCEB) irradiation at an energy flow density of 6 J/cm2, called duplex treatment. Profiles show that the maximum concentration of Fe ions was 16.5 at. % at 85 nm from sample surface and that of Zr ions was 0.85 at. % at 56 nm. The maximum of the Fe concentration profile was found to shift to the large sample depth toward after increasing the implantation dose. The surface alloy layer is composed of a number of structures: grains of dislocation substructure (2 × 1010 cm-2), grains with plates, and grains with packed martensite. The disorientation of regions is observed. After HCEB treatment, the disorientation of microregions increases (Δα=7.5°) and particles of Ti2Fe are formed. After double implantation, the dry friction wear and the friction coefficient decreased. After the duplex treatment, the thickness of the hardened layer and the wear resistance increased.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)2142-2148
Number of pages7
JournalJournal of Applied Physics
Volume87
Issue number5
Publication statusPublished - Mar 2000

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electron irradiation
chemical properties
disorientation
high current
ion implantation
mechanical properties
wear resistance
implantation
electron beams
dry friction
ions
profiles
martensite
substructures
microhardness
coefficient of friction
backscattering
atomic force microscopy
dosage
transmission electron microscopy

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Effect of Fe and Zr ion implantation and high-current electron irradiation treatment on chemical and mechanical properties of Ti-V-Al alloy. / Pogrebnjak, Alexander D.; Kobzev, Alexander P.; Gritsenko, Boris Petrovich; Sokolov, Sergey; Bazyl, Elena; Sviridenko, Nikolai V.; Valyaev, Alexander N.; Ivanov, Yurii F.

In: Journal of Applied Physics, Vol. 87, No. 5, 03.2000, p. 2142-2148.

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Pogrebnjak, Alexander D. ; Kobzev, Alexander P. ; Gritsenko, Boris Petrovich ; Sokolov, Sergey ; Bazyl, Elena ; Sviridenko, Nikolai V. ; Valyaev, Alexander N. ; Ivanov, Yurii F. / Effect of Fe and Zr ion implantation and high-current electron irradiation treatment on chemical and mechanical properties of Ti-V-Al alloy. In: Journal of Applied Physics. 2000 ; Vol. 87, No. 5. pp. 2142-2148.
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