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    Multilayered Ti-Al based intermetallic sheets were fabricated by sintering alternately layered titanium and aluminum foils. The microstructure and phase formation of the obtained sheets under different sintering conditions were evaluated by various techniques. The results reveal that when the sintering temperature is above the melting point of aluminum, the self-propagating high-temperature synthesis reaction occurs between Ti and Al, and forms various phases of Ti-based solid solutions ...

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    Concepts for whichCuiYun Liuhas direct influence:Hot press,  Sheets fabricated,  Molar volumes,  Sintering conditions,  Sintering time,  Ti3al tial,  Titanium aluminum.

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    Concepts related to the work of other authors for whichfor which CuiYun Liu has influence:Laminate composites,  Clad sheet,  Accumulative roll bonding,  Mushy zone,  Hot pressing,  Interfacial layers,  Microstructure evolution.



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    Institute of Translational Medicine, The Affiliated Hospital of Qingdao University, College of Medicine, Qingdao University, Qingdao, China | Department of Plastic Surgery, Wuchang Hospital, Wuhan, China. | Key Laboratory of Aerospace Advanced Materi