In situ characterization of a Nb and Mo containing g-TiAl based alloy using neutron diffraction and high temperature microscopy
In recent times, novel titanium aluminides containing the bcc β-phase at high temperatures are being developed for improved hot-working capabilities, however, predictions of the phase diagrams are merely uncertain. Here we present in-situ neutron studies, which are particularly sensitive to the atomic disorder in the ordered phases. Complementary laser scanning confocal microscopy is employed for in-situ microstructural investigations.
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