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2018 №09 (08) DOI of Article
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The Paton Welding Journal 2018 #09
TPWJ, 2018, #9, 2-6 pages
Resistance butt welding of titanium aluminide γ-TiAl with VT5 alloy

Journal                    The Paton Welding Journal
Publisher                 International Association «Welding»
ISSN                      0957-798X (print)
Issue                       #9, 2018 (September)
Pages                      2-6
S.I. Kuchuk-Yatsenko, I.V. Zyakhor, A.A. Nakonechny, M.S. Zavertanny and L.M. Kapitanchuk
E.O. Paton Electric Welding Institute of the NAS of Ukraine 11 Kazimir Malevich Str., 03150, Kyiv, Ukraine. E-mail: office@paton.kiev.ua

In the work, the peculiarities of formation of dissimilar joints of Ti–46A1–2Cr–2Nb alloy on the base of titanium aluminide γ-TiAI with titanium alloy VТ5 in resistance butt welding, in particular, using interlayers in the form of nanolayer foils were studied. In resistance butt welding without the use of nanolayer foils it was failed to provide the defect-free joints: in the butts the presence of areas of cast metal and cracks was detected. It was found that the use of Ti/Cu and Cu–Ti/Ni–C systems as an interlayer of nanolayer foils of an eutectic type significantly influences the activation processes of the surfaces to be welded and the formation of joints in resistance butt welding. The presence of nanolayer foils in the contact zone facilitates the formation of a thin layer of the liquid phase at the initial stage of the heating process, localization of heat evolution process, activation of surfaces of both alloys with the duration of heating stage of 50–60 % of such at the direct resistance butt welding of alloys γ-TiAI and VТ5. The two-stage pressure cyclogram provides formation of defect-free joints at the values of heating temperature, which are lower than those of the liquidus temperature in the system Ti–AI. According to the data of scanning electron microscopy and the EDS-analysis, the absence of the areas of cast metal and the remnants of nanolayer foils in the zone of joints was established, which testifies the solid-phase nature of the formation of joints and the complete displacement of nanolayer foils beyond the cross-section of the billets. 12 Ref., 8 Figures.
Keywords: titanium aluminide, VT5 alloy, resistance butt welding, nanolayer foil, solid-phase joint
Received:                17.07.18
Published:               25.10.18
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