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Some features of anisothermal solid-state transformations in alloy 718

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This paper presents an attempt to use differential thermal analysis to study anisothermal precipitation of both the stable delta and the metastable gamma-second phases during cooling of alloy Inconel 718. Observation of the samples by scanning and transmission electron microscopy was carried out to identify the thermal arrests observed upon cooling. When the upper temperature of the cycle is above the solvus of the delta phase, a clear peak is observed that could be related to precipitation of gamma-second for all the cooling rates used in the present work. When this temperature is below the delta solvus, no thermal arrest can be observed, while when it is close to it two faint peaks were noted and associated with stable and metastable precipitation. The most striking result was that dissolution of the metastable gamma-second phase during the heating stage was found to proceed heterogeneously in the material, and this affected reprecipitation of the phases upon subsequent cooling.
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hal-03550350 , version 1 (01-02-2022)

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Aliou Niang, Bernard Viguier, Jacques Lacaze. Some features of anisothermal solid-state transformations in alloy 718. Materials Characterization, 2010, 61 (5), pp.525-534. ⟨10.1016/j.matchar.2010.02.011⟩. ⟨hal-03550350⟩
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