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The role of composition on the oxidation behavior of the Ti-W system at 650 °C was investigated utilizing a compositionally graded specimen, Ti-xW (0 ≤ x ≤ 30, all compositions in wt%). Microstructural evolution of the base material and thickness of the oxide layers were assessed as a function of composition. Some of the observations with regard to the evolved base metal microstructure, including: α lath and β rib/precipitates and lamellar structure, were found to be comparable to what is reported for Ti-Mo system. It was also shown that formation of a thinner oxide does not necessarily imply on the lower oxygen ingress.
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Samimi, P. and Collins, Peter C., "Oxidation Behavior of Binary Ti-xW (0≤ x≤ 30, wt%) Alloys at 650° C As a Function of W Concentration" (2016). Materials Science and Engineering Publications. 261.