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  • Modulus of Elasticity
    Modulus of Elasticity is the measurement of stiffness and rigidity of spring material, or its elastic ability. The higher the value (modulus), the stiffer the material. Conversely, materials with lower values are more easily bent under load. The Modulus (G) for extension and compression springs
  • Innovative Induction Heating Technologies (.pdf)
    steels, stainless steels and Inconel, including a comparative assessment of progressive multi-stage horizontal induction heating approach vs. static heating using vertical inductors (frequency selection, electrical efficiency, system flexibility, cost, etc.). FluxManager (R) - technology for effective
  • Connection and Joining Technologies for Sandvik SAF 2507 (R) (.pdf)
    ), making SAF 2507 substantially more. corrosion resistant than austenitic stainless steels. Its resistance to inorganic acids is. comparable to that of super austenitic stainless steels. Pitting and Crevice Corrosion. Resistance of a stainless steel is primarily determined. by the content
  • Great balls of ceramic
    with typical raceway steels which have a 1 to 2 micron finish. Ceramic balls also weigh less than steel balls, which cuts centrifugal force and therefore raceway normal loads and related friction. And less friction generates less heat, boosts operating speeds, and extends bearing life. Moreover
  • Great balls of ceramic
    balls from Saint-Gobain, East Granby, Conn., have a <0.004-micron surface finish, four times smoother than steel balls used in most machine-tool bearings. Cerbec balls are said to lower internal friction by up to 25% when mated with typical raceway steels which have a 1 to 2 micron finish. Ceramic
  • Medical Device Link . Superelastic Nitinol for Medical Devices
    elsewhere.1,2 The most superficial advantage of superelastic alloys is that up to 11% springback or elasticity is realized, as compared with 0.5% in the most commonly used medical material, stainless steel. Of course, superelasticity only occurs over a relatively narrow temperature range just above
  • Cold Energy
    In 1963, Cincinnati Sub-Zero Products, Inc. published a booklet entitled "Retained Austenite - Compression Block Studies Evaluate the Benefits of Sub-Zeroing". The contents were technical and attempted to update low temperature processing of steels and hardening methods being debated at the start
  • Medical Device Link . Spotlight on IV Components
    shapes. The spiral design flexes to fill uneven joint surfaces and has no pieces that could break off and short out equipment. Standard materials are stainless steel and beryllium copper, and tin plating is available for better conductivity or corrosion resistance. Cross-sectional diameters range
  • Medical Device Link .
    Shape-memory alloy constructed without nickel. A titanium-based alloy is made without nickel to increase its manufacturability and reduce concerns about biocompatibility. The material, produced by Memry Corp. (Bethel, CT; 203/739-1100), offers elasticity in applications for which allergies prohibit
  • Medical Device Link .
    Stainless steel, titanium, and high-grade medical alloys are used for implants and instrumentation. Biodur medical alloys vary in strength, corrosion resistance, wear resistance, and fabrication potential to satisfy a range of applications. Previously, the alloys have been used for surgical

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