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Título: Mechanical activation of pre-alloyed NiTi2 and elemental Ni for the synthesis of NiTi alloys
Autor: Zhao, X.
Neves, Filipe
Correia, J. Brito
Liu, K.
Fernandes, F. M. Braz
Koledov, V.
von Gratowski, S.
Xu, S.
Huang, J.
Palavras-chave: Ni-Ti alloys
Powder metallurgy
Mechanical alloying
Nickel
Titanium
Data: 2018
Editora: Springer Verlag
Citação: Zhao, X.; Neves, F.; Correia, J.B...[et.al.]. - Mechanical activation of pre-alloyed NiTi2 and elemental Ni for the synthesis of NiTi alloys. In: Journal of Materials Science, 2018, Vol. 53 (19), p. 13432-13441
Resumo: ABSTRACT: This work reports on an efficient powder metallurgy method for the synthesis of NiTi alloys, involving mechanical activation of pre-alloyed NiTi2 and elemental Ni powders (NiTi2-Ni) followed by a press-and-sinter step. The idea is to take advantage of the brittle nature of NiTi2 to promote a better efficiency of the mechanical activation process. The conventional mechanical activation route using elemental Ti and Ni powders (Ti-Ni) was also used for comparative purposes. Starting with (NiTi2-Ni) powder mixtures resulted in the formation of a predominant amorphous structure after mechanical activation at 300 rpm for 2 h. A sintered specimen consisting mainly of NiTi phase was obtained after vacuum sintering at 1050 degrees C for 0.5 h. The produced NiTi phase exhibited the martensitic transformation behavior. Using elemental Ti powders instead of pre-alloyed NiTi2 powders, the structural homogenization of the synthesized NiTi alloys was delayed. Performing the mechanical activation at 300 rpm for the (Ti-Ni) powder mixtures gave rise to the formation of composite particles consisting in dense areas of alternate fine layers of Ni and Ti. However, no significant structural modification was observed even after 16 h of mechanical activation. Only after vacuum sintering at 1050 degrees C for 6 h, the NiTi phase was observed to be the predominant phase. The higher reactivity of the mechanically activated (NiTi2-Ni) powder particles can explain the different sintering behavior of those powders compared with the mechanically activated (Ti-Ni) powders. It is demonstrated that this innovative approach allows an effective time reduction in the mechanical activation and of the vacuum sintering step.
Peer review: yes
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10400.9/3078
ISSN: 0022-2461
Versão do Editor: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10853-018-2560-5
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