Zhánal, P.; Ryukhtin, V.; Farkas, G.; Kadletz, P.; Keiderling, U.; Wallacher, D.; Harcuba, P.: Evolution of distance between ω particles in metastable β-Ti alloy determined from in-situ small angle neutron scattering. In: The 14th World Conference on Titanium (Ti 2019) : Nantes, France, June 10-14 2019. Les Ulis: edp sciences, 2020 (MATEC Web of Conferences ; 321), p. 12027/1-7
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The evolution of distance between omega particles in metastable beta Ti- 15Mo alloy (8.1 in at. %) was determined from in-situ small angle neutron scattering (SANS). SANS data were recorded during heating of the material from room temperature to 600 °C with the heating rate of 1 °C/min. The results agree with previously determined ordering of omega particles in a cubic three-dimensional array with the axes along the cubic axes beta of the host lattice. The distance between particles, which increases with temperature, was investigated in three orientations with the incident beam parallel to beta, beta and beta.