The effect of ultrasonic impact treatment on the deformation behavior of commercially pure titanium under uniaxial tension

A. V. Panin, Marina S. Kazachenok, A. I. Kozelskaya, R. R. Balokhonov, V. A. Romanova, O. B. Perevalova, Yu I. Pochivalov

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The deformation behavior of commercially pure titanium specimens subjected to surface hardening by ultrasonic impact treatment followed by uniaxial tension was investigated experimentally and numerically. The microstructure of the ultrasonically treated ~ 100 μm thick surface layer undergoing uniaxial tension was revealed, using transmission electron microscopy and electron backscatter diffraction. Non-equiaxed 100–200 nm α-Ti grains composed of 2 nm diameter TiC and Ti2C nanoparticles, ω- and α″-phase crystallites were found in the 10 μm thick uppermost layer. Fine and coarse α-Ti grains containing dislocations and twins were observed at depths of 20 and 50 μm below the specimen surface, respectively. A non-crystallographic deformation (shear banding) mechanism at work in the nanostructured surface layer of the specimens under study was revealed. The evolution of shear bands was studied by the finite difference method, with the fine-grained structure being explicitly accounted for in the calculations. Shear band self-organization was described, using the energy balance approach similar to that based on Griffith's energy balance criterion for brittle fracture. The tensile deformation of the hardened layer lying at a depth of 50 μm was implemented by the glide of dislocations and growth of deformation twins induced by preliminary ultrasonic impact treatment.

Язык оригиналаАнглийский
Страницы (с-по)371-381
Число страниц11
ЖурналMaterials and Design
Том117
DOI
СостояниеОпубликовано - 5 мар 2017

Отпечаток

Titanium
Ultrasonics
Shear bands
Energy balance
Brittle fracture
Crystallites
Finite difference method
Electron diffraction
Shear deformation
Hardening
Nanoparticles
Transmission electron microscopy
Microstructure

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Materials Science(all)
  • Mechanics of Materials
  • Mechanical Engineering

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The effect of ultrasonic impact treatment on the deformation behavior of commercially pure titanium under uniaxial tension. / Panin, A. V.; Kazachenok, Marina S.; Kozelskaya, A. I.; Balokhonov, R. R.; Romanova, V. A.; Perevalova, O. B.; Pochivalov, Yu I.

В: Materials and Design, Том 117, 05.03.2017, стр. 371-381.

Результат исследований: Материалы для журналаСтатья

Panin, A. V. ; Kazachenok, Marina S. ; Kozelskaya, A. I. ; Balokhonov, R. R. ; Romanova, V. A. ; Perevalova, O. B. ; Pochivalov, Yu I. / The effect of ultrasonic impact treatment on the deformation behavior of commercially pure titanium under uniaxial tension. В: Materials and Design. 2017 ; Том 117. стр. 371-381.
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