Investigation of the factors influencing the tensile behaviour of PM Ti-3Al-2.5V alloy Articles uri icon

publication date

  • July 2014

start page

  • 266

end page

  • 272

volume

  • 609

International Standard Serial Number (ISSN)

  • 0921-5093

Electronic International Standard Serial Number (EISSN)

  • 1873-4936

abstract

  • Titanium, a relatively new engineering metal, has been employed principally in high demanding industries due to its high final cost and it is well known for its biocompatibility. Powder metallurgy (PM) techniques could offer the possibility to reduce the production cost without paying it in terms of mechanical properties, thanks to their intrinsic advantages. In this study the Ti-3Al-2.5V titanium alloy was produced considering two powder production routes and sintered under different temperatures in order to address their feasibility as alternative to the wrought alloy. The results indicate that PM Ti-3Al-2.5V alloys studied have comparable mechanical behaviour as their counterpart obtained by conventional metallurgy and, therefore, are potential candidates to fabricate cheaper titanium products for structural applications as well as biomedical devices. © 2014 Elsevier B.V.

keywords

  • dynamic young modulus; powder metallurgy; tensile properties; ti-3al-2.5v; titanium alloys; alloys; aluminum; biocompatibility; cost engineering; mechanical properties; powder metallurgy; sintering; tensile properties; titanium; titanium alloys; tensile properties; titanium alloys; biomedical devices; mechanical behaviour; powder production; production cost; structural applications; tensile behaviour; ti-3al-2.5v; young modulus; vanadium alloys; powder metallurgy