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2. Microstructure of V-4Cr-4Ti (NIFS-HEAT-2) as a function of re-heating temperature following annealing for precipitate dissolution (1373K, 1 hour). (a) 873K, (b) 973K, (c) 1073K, (d) 1173K, (e) 1273K and (f) 1373K for 1 hour. 220 Vickers Vicker's Hardness hardness (Hv) (Hv) r The manufacturing of V-4Cr-4Ti alloy (NIFS-HEAT-2) products in the Japanese program proceeded with (1) ingot fabrication, (2) hot forging, (3) hot and cold rolling and (4) thermal annealing [5,6]. The last process is known to influence strongly the properties of the products.

The annealing for precipitate dissolution followed by re-heating for re-precipitation was investigated for the purpose of strengthening the alloy [3]. Fig. 3 shows Vickers hardness with the time of re-heating at 873K following the dissolution annealing at 1373K for 1 hour. The investigation selected the re-heating time of 20 hours as the standard heat treatment for strengthening. Results of TEM observation after re-heating at 873K for 20 hours are shown in Fig. 4. No precipitate image was observed with the conventional bright field imaging and weak-beam dark field (WBDF) imaging with the g vector of [110].

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