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A comprehensive investigation of the high-titanium alloys was performed by McInturff and Chase . 5, 61, and 65 wt. % Ti to precipitation heat treatments at final wire size and to heat treatments followed by cold work. Moderate cold-area reductions of about 2000: 1 before heat treatment were giveD to their alloys. The response of these alloys to heat treatment at 300 and 400°C is shown in Figs. 12 and 13. 5 and Nb 61 wt. % Ti alloys rather than for Nb 65 wt. % Ti, but the peak values require treatments of several hundred hours at 350°C or less.
However, a cell structure is probably always desirable whatever the titanium content, since the cell walls provide a high density of nucleation centers for precipitates. Further, the growth of such precipitates away from the high-energy regions of the cell walls is difficult, and a fine-scale, high-density dispersion of precipitates of optimum flux-pinning size is obtained. Although the above interpretation is plausible, many basic details of the microstructural development as it affects high values of Je are still unclear.
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