A Prospective In-Situ Arc Melting Furnace (IAMF) To Produce Titanium Aluminides Intermetallic Compounds.
Manalu, Okti J. P. and Astrawinata, Rizal and Mhd. Shar , Nurulakmal and Basuki, Eddy A. and Maruyama, Toshio A Prospective In-Situ Arc Melting Furnace (IAMF) To Produce Titanium Aluminides Intermetallic Compounds. Working Paper. Universiti Sains Malaysia.
Intermetallic alloys are an emerging class of materials which may serve in a variety of structural materials applications. One of processes to develop the materials is via melting/casting route. Using an in-situ arc melting furnace (UMF), titanium aluminides are expected to form. Some tests are carried out, i.e. XRD test, Density test, and Hardness test, to make sure that the designed IAMF has the ability to develop intermetallic compounds such as titanium aluminides.
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