THE INFLUENCE ON NIOBIUM AND TITANIUM ON ELECTRICAL RESISTIVITY IN LIQUID STATE AND SOLYDIFICATION OF IN718 ALLOY

Authors

  • Andrey Tyagunov
  • Evgeny Baryshev
  • Gennady Tyagunov
  • Kseniya Shmakova
  • Vladimir Tsepelev

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.12776/ams.v23i1.826

Keywords:

Electrical resistivity, differential thermal analysis, nickel based alloy IN 718, liquid state, temperature dependence, niobium and titanium influence

Abstract

The electrical resistivity of IN 718 alloy was studied in a liquid state with contactless induction method of rotating magnetic field. Solidification process was studied by differential thermal analysis. It was founded that electrical resistivity varies in a complicated way with increasing temperature. It is shown that heating of the liquid metal above certain temperatures causes of hysteresis, i.e. discrepancy between the temperature dependences of heating and cooling. It was revealed, that the changes of niobium contents within alloy composition do not lead to a qualitative change of temperature dependence type, but accompanied by some peculiarities. Effect of titanium content on electrical resistivity changes within the alloy composition does not clearly detect. The temperature of maximal melt heating determines the degree of supercooling of liquid alloy.

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Published

2017-03-31