Corrosion Resistance of Titanium Based Composites Reinforced with in situ TiB Precipitation Phase

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The paper presents the results of corrosion resistance tests carried out on titanium based composites reinforced with different TiB precipitation phase amount, dependent from boron addition in starting powder blends. Precursor powder preparation and processing parameters of conventional powder metallurgical approach influence density and obtained porosity of bulk compacts. The potentiodynamic tests performed in 0.1 M NaCl solution by the technique of linear voltammetry shows visible difference between compared composite structures. Studies have confirmed that the reinforcement phase amount and its morphology influence obtained microstructure and have important effect on the composite corrosion resistance.

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