The symposium on Toughness and Fracture Behavior of Titanium was presented at May Committee Week of the American Society for Testing and Materials held in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 1–6 May 1977. Committee J01 on Effect of Temperature on the Properties of Metals, which is a joint committee of the American Society for Testing and Materials, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, and Metal Properties Council, sponsored the symposium. R. G. Broadwell, TIMET, and C. F. Hickey, Jr., Army Materials and Mechanics Research Center, presided as symposium chairmen.
Broadwell R., Hickey C.
Fracture Resistance of Ti-5A1-2.5Sn Extra-Low Interstitial Castings
Bolstad D., Fiftal C., Misra M.
Mechanical and Microstructural Properties Characterization of Heat-Treated, Beta-Extruded Ti-6A1-6V-2Sn
Dawson D., Rack H., Ulitchny M.
Development of High Fracture Toughness Titanium Alloys
Berryman R., Chesnutt J., Froes F., Rhodes C., Williams J.
Relationship of Fracture Toughness and Ductility to Microstructure and Fractographic Features in Advanced Deep Hardenable Titanium Alloys
Chesnutt J., Froes F., Rhodes C., Williams J.
Influence of Composition, Annealing Treatment, and Texture on the Fracture Toughness of Ti-5A1-2.5Sn Plate at Cryogenic Temperatures
Low J., Pierce W., Shannon J., Van Stone R.
Analysis of Local Stresses and Strains in Ti-6A1-4V Widmanstätten α + β Microstructures
Smelser R., Swedlow J., Williams J.
Effect of Specimen Width on Fracture Toughness of Ti-6A1-4V Plate
Bomberger H., Hall G., Seagle S.
Fracture Resistant Titanium-Aluminum Laminate
Fujczak R., Throop J.
Paper ID: STP651-EB