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GLOBAL JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING SCIENCE AND RESEARCHES TENSILE FRACTURE BEHAVIOR OF FE-CR-TIC COMPOSITES
Ferrous matrix composites materials containing titanium carbide are produced by the direct reaction of pure titanium with molten Fe-Cr-C alloy. TiC particles were formed in liquid iron solution by the reaction between pure titanium and carbon available in molten Fe-Cr-C. The microstructure, tensile behavior and fracture characteristics of Fe-Cr-TiC composites are discussed. Examination of the composite microstructure revealed a near uniform distribution of the particulate reinforcement throughfatcat:y4i7yarcivh5not7gojwlnivq4