Titanium Zirconium Molybdenum Alloy Production Processes
Titanium zirconium and molybdenum alloy production processes are as follows: mixing - milling - pressing - sintering - rolling - annealing - processing - finished products. Zirconium titanium molybdenum alloy (TZM alloy) commonly used production methods are: arc melting-casting method and powder metallurgy.
Powder metallurgy method specific production processes are as follows: To well mix the high purity molybdenum powder with TiH2 powder, ZrH2 powder and graphite powder in proportion, after cold isostatic pressing, high temperature sintering under protective atmosphere can obtain TZM blank. The blanks through high temperature hot rolling (high temperature forging), high temperature annealing, intermediate temperature hot rolling (intermediate temperature forging), intermediate temperature annealing to eliminate stress, and then after warm rolling to obtain TZM alloy.
Arc melting-casting method is to melt the molybdenum, after melting to dop with a certain amount of alloying elements such as Ti and Zr, and then the TZM alloy is produced by conventional casting method.
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