A compilation of experimental data on the mechanical properties and microstructural features of Ti-alloys

Camilo A. F. Salvador, Eloa L. Maia, Fernando H. Costa, Julian D. Escobar, João P. Oliveira

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Abstract

The present work depicts a compilation of mechanical properties of 282 distinct multicomponent Ti-based alloys and their respective microstructural features. The dataset includes the chemical composition (in at.%), phase constituents, Young modulus, hardness, yield strength, ultimate strength, and elongation. Each entry is associated with a high-quality experimental work containing a complete description of the processing route and testing setup. Furthermore, we incorporated flags to the dataset indicating (a) the use of high-resolution techniques for microstructural analysis and (b) the observation of non-linear elastic responses during mechanical testing. Oxygen content and average grain size are presented whenever available. The selected features can help material scientists to adjust the data to their needs concerning materials selection and discovery. Most alloys in the dataset were produced via an ingot metallurgy route, followed by solubilization and water quench (≈58%), which is considered a standard condition for β-Ti alloys. The database is hosted and maintained up to date in an open platform. For completeness, a few graphical representations of the dataset are included.

Original languageEnglish
Article number188
JournalScientific Data
Volume9
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Dec 2022

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