RADIATION AND ANNEALING PROCESSES IN BINARY ALLOYS OF TITANIUM
Kanat Mukashevich Mukashev; Gulmira Shariphovna Yar-Mukhamedova; Kunsulu Seidazovna Shadinova
Journal Title:Theoretical & Applied Science
In this paper the results of thermal cycling influence on radiation damaged alloys of the titanium from various states are presented. It is shown that these processes called a diffused-free relaxation can lead to reorganization and crushing of grains-crystallites therefore the new condition of metal remains as hardening. It was found that radiation by charged particles leads to significant redistribution of the electron density in the defects which is manifested in the increase in the probability of annihilation WP 2-3 times and reducing the angle of the Fermi momentum. Thermal cycling of the annealed samples also causes noticeable increase of WP and reducing of ?F, in some cases close to the effect of protons radiation.