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Meeting Ti-2015: The 13th World Conference on Titanium
Symposium 7. Environmental Behavior
Presentation Title Electrochemical Corrosion Properties of TIMETAL®54M
Author(s) Suresh Divi, James Grauman
On-Site Speaker (Planned) Suresh Divi
Abstract Scope A new titanium alloy, TIMETAL® 54M (Ti-5Al-4V-0.75Mo-0.5Fe) has been developed to replace the widely used Ti-6Al-4V alloy where extensive machining is required. Ti54M has better machinability than Ti64 with equivalent mechanical properties. In this study electrochemical corrosion tests were performed on Ti54M in various media, including reducing, oxidizing, and chloride media at ambient and higher temperatures. General corrosion behavior of Ti54M in all tested media seems to be similar to Ti64. Corrosion rates calculated through linear polarization resistance (LPR) method and potentiodynamic polarization studies showed that the corrosion behavior of Ti54M is equivalent to Ti64. Hydrogen Uptake Efficiency (HUE) tests conducted in acidic chloride containing solutions shows that the alloy Ti54M has much lower HUE than Ti64 and the repassivation potential (Ep) of Ti54M is much better than Ti64 alloy under chloride and reducing environments.
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Combination of Al-enrichment and Fluorination to Enhance the Environmental Stability of Ti-alloys at Elevated Temperatures
Contact Corrosion and Protection between High strength Titanium Alloy and Dissimilar Stainless Steels
Corrosion Behavior of Ti6Al4V Fabricated by Direct Metal Laser Sintering
Crack Initiation and Propagation in Ti-6Al-4V Alpha-Case
Development of New Corrosion Resistant Titanium Alloy Containing Reduced Amount of Pd and Y
Effect of Hydrogen Interstitials on the Elastic and Anelastic Properties of Ti-6Al-4V
Effect of Water Vapour on the Kinetics of Oxide Scale Growth and of Oxygen Dissolution in Two Titanium-base Alloys Ti-6Al-4V and Ti-17
Electrochemical Corrosion Properties of TIMETAL®54M
Environmental Behaviour of Titanium Alloys - Threats, Mechanisms and Knowledge Gaps
Environmental Resistance of the UNS R55400 Titanium Alloy under Severe Energy Industry Service Conditions
Evidence for Drastic Acceleration of the Bacterial Reduction on Ag-Surfaces Induced by TiN: Synergic Effects
Influence of Non-hydrogen Carburizing on Abradability of Titanium Alloy
Low-activated Radiation-resistant Titanium Alloys for Low-power Nuclear Reactor Pressure Vessels
On the Influence of Compositional Variations on the Oxidation Performance and Oxygen-induced Phase Transformations in Ti-based Systems
Oxidation Kinetics and Hydrogen Uptake of Titanium Grade 2 and Grade 5 alloys in Pressurized Water Reactors (PWR) Primary Water
Oxygen Ingress and Phase Evolution on Shot-peened Ti-6242S
Reactivity of CO Oxidation on for Gold Nanocatalysts on Different TiO2 Nanostructures Prepared from Photo-deposition Method by Pulsed Frequency Light
Synthesis of Cobalt-doped Anatase Pigment by Sol-Gel Coating and Study on its Photocatalytic Activity
The Study of Surface Structure and Corrosion Resistance of Non-hydrogen Carburized Titanium

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