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Title: The Alloying of Titanium by Oxygen in the Process of Chamber Electro-Slag Remelting
Authors: Ryabtsev, A.D.
Troyansky, A.A.
Pashynskyy, V.V
Ratiev, S.M.
Snizhko, O. A.
Keywords: Chamber electro-slag remelting
Titanium alloy
Oxygen content
Issue Date: Sep-2011
Publisher: LMPC 2011
Citation: LMPC 2011 Proceeding of the 2011 International Symposium on Liquid Metal Processing and Casting «LMPC 2011». Nancy, France, September 18-21, 2011. – P. 39-42.
Abstract: The possibility of using oxygen as an alloying component in the process of chamber electroslag remelting (ChESR) of titanium sponge is considered in this work. Controlling its contents in the metal in some degree, it is possible to reach the optimum correlation between the plastic and strengthening characteristic of the titanium alloy. This is particularly important for a medical product, for which along with the mechanical properties corrosion stability and biocompatibility go to the first plan. In contrast to other alloying components (for instance, vanadium), oxygen is more safe
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