A methodology for determination of γ′ site occupancies in nickel superalloys using atom probe tomography and X-ray diffraction
- A methodology for determination of γ′ site occupancies in nickel superalloys using atom probe tomography and X-ray diffraction
- Tiley, J; Senkov, O; Viswanathan, G; Nag, S; 황준연; Banerjee, R
- Atom probe tomography; TEM; XRD; Superalloy
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- Metallurgical and materials transactions. A, Physical metallurgy and materials science
- VOL 44, NO 1, 31-38
- A methodology for determining the preferred site occupancy of various alloying elements within ordered γ′ precipitates was developed and applied to Rene88 samples. The method utilized atom probe tomography and X-ray diffraction techniques with controlled monochromated synchrotron beams to determine element positions. Samples were solutionized at 1423 K (1150 °C) for 30 minutes and cooled at 24 K/min with subsequent aging at 1033 K (760 °C). The synchrotron X-ray diffraction results indicate that niobium prefers to reside on the aluminum sublattice site of the γ′ phase. Additionally, the results indicate that chromium prefers the nickel sublattice sites, while cobalt is likely to occupy both the aluminum and nickel sublattice sites. The X-ray results on the chromium occupancy disagree with atom probe results from the same alloy that indicate that chromium prefers the aluminum sublattice sites.
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