Accession Number : ADA019363
Title : Effects of Carbon on the Control and Distribution of Titanium in Uranium - 0.8 w/o Ti Castings.
Descriptive Note : Completion rept. on Phase 1b,
Corporate Author : NATIONAL LEAD CO CINCINNATI OHIO
Personal Author(s) : Schardt,R. L. ; Bauer ,R. F. ; Wise,W. N.
Report Date : MAR 1975
Pagination or Media Count : 22
Abstract : A series of small-scale U-0.8 w/o Ti alloy castings (approx. 4 in. OD x 10 in. long) were made under conditions designed to produce ingots of varying carbon content. These ingots were destructively sampled to expose the longitudinal center line of each casting for a metallographic analysis and transversely sampled to give an edge-center, top-bottom, alloy-carbon distribution pattern. The results show that low carbon (less than 100 ppm) must be maintained to achieve predictable recovery and uniform distribution of titanium (target + or - 0.1 w/o). (Author)
Descriptors : *Uranium alloys, *Castings, *Depleted uranium, Titanium, Processing, Casting, Carbon, Chemicals, Impurities, Crucibles, Zirconium oxides, Plasma spraying, Ceramic coatings, Refractory coatings, Graphite, Melting, Melts, Quality control, Laboratory furnaces, Electric furnaces, Metallography, Purity, Distribution, Casting alloys
Subject Categories : Metallurgy and Metallography
Ammunition and Explosives
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE