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Meeting MS&T21: Materials Science & Technology
Symposium Powder Metallurgical Components in High Performance Applications
Presentation Title Synthesis of Low-oxygen Titanium towards Achieving Strength-ductility Synergy
Author(s) Kumar Debajyoti Jena, Ying Sherry Xu, Peng Cao
On-Site Speaker (Planned) Kumar Debajyoti Jena
Abstract Scope The strength of Titanium increases monotonically with oxygen, accompanied by a drastic reduction in ductility. This trade-off between strength and ductility can be overcome by intentionally deploying rare earth nano oxides in an otherwise low-oxygen Titanium. The seemingly distinct strategy offers a design pathway towards achieving strength-ductility synergy in metallic Titanium. The first step is to synthesise high purity titanium powder with an oxygen content lower than 500 ppm. This paper presents a bottom-up approach for synthesizing such powder and reports the preliminary results.
Proceedings Inclusion? Planned: At-meeting proceedings


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