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Moscow: All-Russian Institute of Light Alloys, p. 363 (in Russian). 70. P. G. (1976) Heat-resistant titanium alloys. Moscow: Metallurgiya (in Russian). 71. P. (1980) Structure and properties of heat-resistant titanium alloys. Metallography of titanium alloys. Moscow: Metallurgiya, pp. 358–421 (in Russian). 72. P. (1883) Modern heat-resistant titanium alloys. In Aircraft Materials. fm Page 46 Thursday, May 19, 2005 12:23 AM VALENTIN N. MOISEYEV Aircraft Materials, pp. 116–122 (in Russian). 73. S.
5 mm thick) in thermally hardened state after long-term heating without stress and under stress. 4 Embrittlement without signs of ductility Embrittlement without signs of ductility The above considerations indicate the need for strict regulation of the amount of alloying elements and impurities in alloys in the cases when their contents are within the limits close to the solubility of solid α- and β-solutions. On the other hand, real conditions in which alloys are to be operated should also be taken into account.
Eutectoid elements – chromium, iron, tungsten and other elements – are used within the limits providing the existence of stable solid β-solution. Solid-solution titanium alloys can be operated long-term as a high-temperature material at temperatures of up to 500–550°C. The use of a hardening heat treatment (quenching and aging) to produce a disperse mixture of α- and β-phases and an increase of strength and hightemperature strength gives an effect only if the alloys are operated up to temperatures of 400–450°C.