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Meeting 2021 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Continuous Phase Transformations
Presentation Title Short-range Clustering and Ordering Evolution of Ni-22Cr-13Mo Alloy
Author(s) Po-Cheng Kung, Jessica Anne Krogstad
On-Site Speaker (Planned) Po-Cheng Kung
Abstract Scope The ability to predict short-range clustering (SRC) and ordering (SRO) structures enables mechanical properties tailoring in Ni alloys by precipitation hardening and glide plane softening. In present work, a short-range structure was found in the quenched Ni-22Cr-13Mo alloy (Hastelloy C22). The additional weak electron diffraction spots caused by this structure have been reported in another Ni-Cr alloy and referred as a consequence of SRO formation. However, in-depth diffraction pattern analysis and atomic resolution scanning transmission electron microscope image show that the weak diffraction in Hastelloy C22 is caused by Mo-rich discs lying in {111} planes. After annealing at 300 °C for 34 days, these disordered clusters grew larger and could eventually become the precursor of Ni<sub>2</sub>(Mo,Cr) SRO, which has been reported in this alloy, if prolong the annealing time or increase the temperature. The continuous evolution of these clusters at high temperature is demonstrated by in-situ electron diffraction experiment.
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Structural Transformations Driven by Irradiation in the High Defect Density Limit
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