Multiscale characterization of the 3D network structure of metal carbides in a Ni superalloy by synchrotron X-ray microtomography and ptychography

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Multiscale characterization of the 3D network structure of metal carbides in a Ni superalloy by synchrotron X-ray microtomography and ptychography. / Zhang, Zhiguo; Khong, Jia Chuan; Koe, Billy; Luo, Shifeng; Huang, Shi; Qin, Ling; Cipiccia, Silvia; Batey, Darren; Bodey, Andrew J.; Rau, Christoph; Chiu, Yu Lung; Zhang, Zhu; Gebelin, Jean-Christophe; Green, Nick; Mi, Jiawei.

In: Scripta Materialia, Vol. 193, 01.03.2021, p. 71-76.

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Zhang, Zhiguo ; Khong, Jia Chuan ; Koe, Billy ; Luo, Shifeng ; Huang, Shi ; Qin, Ling ; Cipiccia, Silvia ; Batey, Darren ; Bodey, Andrew J. ; Rau, Christoph ; Chiu, Yu Lung ; Zhang, Zhu ; Gebelin, Jean-Christophe ; Green, Nick ; Mi, Jiawei. / Multiscale characterization of the 3D network structure of metal carbides in a Ni superalloy by synchrotron X-ray microtomography and ptychography. In: Scripta Materialia. 2021 ; Vol. 193. pp. 71-76.

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title = "Multiscale characterization of the 3D network structure of metal carbides in a Ni superalloy by synchrotron X-ray microtomography and ptychography",
abstract = "Synchrotron X-ray microtomography and ptychography were used to characterize the 3D network structure, morphology and distribution of metal carbides in an as-cast IN713LC Ni superalloy. MC typed carbides were found to distribute mainly on the grain boundary between the matrix γ and γ' phase. The differences in solidification cooling rate had a minor influence on the volume fraction of the MC type carbides, but significantly affected the carbide size, distribution and network morphology. Depending on the local composition of the remaining liquid phase and geometric constraints, the carbides can form either spherical or strip or network morphologies. The research demonstrated clearly the advantage and technical potential of using the two complementary tomography techniques synergistically to characterize non-destructively complex multiple-phase structures in three dimensional space with a spatial resolution of ~30 nm.",
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author = "Zhiguo Zhang and Khong, {Jia Chuan} and Billy Koe and Shifeng Luo and Shi Huang and Ling Qin and Silvia Cipiccia and Darren Batey and Bodey, {Andrew J.} and Christoph Rau and Chiu, {Yu Lung} and Zhu Zhang and Jean-Christophe Gebelin and Nick Green and Jiawei Mi",
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AU - Luo, Shifeng

AU - Huang, Shi

AU - Qin, Ling

AU - Cipiccia, Silvia

AU - Batey, Darren

AU - Bodey, Andrew J.

AU - Rau, Christoph

AU - Chiu, Yu Lung

AU - Zhang, Zhu

AU - Gebelin, Jean-Christophe

AU - Green, Nick

AU - Mi, Jiawei

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AB - Synchrotron X-ray microtomography and ptychography were used to characterize the 3D network structure, morphology and distribution of metal carbides in an as-cast IN713LC Ni superalloy. MC typed carbides were found to distribute mainly on the grain boundary between the matrix γ and γ' phase. The differences in solidification cooling rate had a minor influence on the volume fraction of the MC type carbides, but significantly affected the carbide size, distribution and network morphology. Depending on the local composition of the remaining liquid phase and geometric constraints, the carbides can form either spherical or strip or network morphologies. The research demonstrated clearly the advantage and technical potential of using the two complementary tomography techniques synergistically to characterize non-destructively complex multiple-phase structures in three dimensional space with a spatial resolution of ~30 nm.

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KW - Metal carbides

KW - Ptychography

KW - Synchrotron X-ray microtomography

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