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Co-Reduction and Consolidation of Mo-0.5Ti-0.1C

Author: Rausch, John J.
Author: Simcoe, Charles R.
Corporate Author: Armour Research Foundation
Corporate Report Number: B224-5
Date of Publication: 1962-10
Pages: 28
Contract: NOw61 0548
AD Number: AD0403990
Original AD Number: AD-403 990

Co-reduction of preblended halides by a modified Kroll Process has been investigated as a means of producing prealloyed Mo-Ti-C powders. Processing parameters were varied in an attempt to produce a composition similar to that of commercial Mo-0.5Ti alloy. This was successfully accomplished except for an abnormally high oxygen content. The oxygen present in the material caused compositional variations during subsequent processing and resided as a finely dispersed Mg-Ti-O phase.

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