Metallurgical evolutions in hot forging of dual phase titanium alloys: Numerical simulation and experiments

Livan Fratini, Fabrizio Micari, Gianluca Buffa, Antonino Ducato, Antonello Astarita, Antonino Squillace

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Abstract

Titanium forging has been encountering a growing interest in the scientific and industrial communities because of the distinct advantages it provides with respect to machining, in terms of both mechanical properties of the product and material waste, thus significantly reducing the Buy to Fly ratio. In the paper, a numerical FE model, based on a tri-coupled approach and able to predict the microstructural evolutions of the workpiece during the process, is developed and set up. Calculated results are compared to experiments for a few industrial case studies. The final phases distribution in the forged parts is experimentally measured and compared to the FE model output finding satisfying overlapping.
Lingua originaleEnglish
Titolo della pubblicazione ospiteKEY ENGINEERING MATERIALS
Pagine225-230
Numero di pagine6
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2015

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Microstructural evolution
Forging
Titanium
Titanium alloys
Numerical models
Machining
Mechanical properties
Computer simulation
Experiments

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  • Mechanics of Materials
  • Mechanical Engineering

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Metallurgical evolutions in hot forging of dual phase titanium alloys: Numerical simulation and experiments. / Fratini, Livan; Micari, Fabrizio; Buffa, Gianluca; Ducato, Antonino; Astarita, Antonello; Squillace, Antonino.

KEY ENGINEERING MATERIALS. 2015. pag. 225-230.

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