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Long-Term Stability of 14YT-4Sc Alloy at High Temperature
Mechanical and Materials Engineering Faculty Publications and Presentations
  • Lulu Li, North Carolina State University at Raleigh
  • Weizong Xu, North Carolina State University at Raleigh
  • Mostafa Saber, Portland State University
  • Yuntian Zhu, North Carolina State University at Raleigh
  • Carl C. Koch, North Carolina State University at Raleigh
  • Ronald O. Scattergood, North Carolina State University at Raleigh
Document Type
Post-Print
Publication Date
9-8-2015
Subjects
  • Stability mechanics,
  • Alloys -- Effect of high temperature on,
  • Nanocrystals,
  • Ferromagnetic materials
Abstract

14YT alloy (Fe-14Cr-0.25wt.%Y2O3-0.4wt.%Ti) with 4 at.% Sc addition was previously reported to exhibit a nanoscale microstructure and high strength when annealed at temperatures up to 1000 °C (0.65Tm) for 1 hour. Here we report that the microstructure and mechanical behavior of 14YT-4Sc alloy after long-term annealing for up to 60 hours at 1000 °C. FIB analysis shows abnormal grain growth with annealing time, while a large fraction of the matrix still consists of nanoscale grains. TEM images reveal a slight growth of nano grains, with estimated grain growth exponent, n, to be 0.29. Sc-Ti-Y-O enriched nano oxide particles (nm) were observed in EDS mapping of the 14YT-4Sc-60h sample. The nano-structure retention at the high temperature of 1000 °C for 60 hours is attributed to these complex nano oxides.

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DOI
10.1016/j.msea.2015.09.012
Persistent Identifier
http://archives.pdx.edu/ds/psu/16022
Citation Information
Lulu Li, Weizong Xu, Mostafa Saber, Yuntian Zhu, Carl C. Koch and Ronald O. Scattergood, Long-term stability of 14YT-4Sc alloy at High temperature, Materials Science & Engineering A