5 to 6 months

Master 2 internship : Multi-interstitials compounds: a new way in surface properties optimization of Titanium alloys

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The proposed internship will focus on the determination of the diffusion parameters involved in the treatment of (pure) Titanium and the TA6V alloy. Oxi-nitriding treatments with gas enriched with 18O and 15N isotopes will be operated the plasma assisted thermochemical treatment reactor of the Physics and Mechanics Department (DPMM) of the P’ Institute. Various parameters will be investigated such as the microstructure of the modified surface, the crystallographic structure, the characterization of the isotopes profiles of the dedicated samples and the determination of the diffusion mechanisms. The applicant is expected to have motivation and skills in experimental characterization of materials and surfaces.
Luc Pichon - Contacter
Michel Drouet - Contacter
INSTITUT PPRIME – UNIVERSITE DE POITIERS
Département PMM - Equipe SIMAC

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86073 POITIERS CEDEX 9

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