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    Superalloys - (111 companies)
    ...strength, creep properties, and oxidation resistance. Types of Precious Metals and Alloys. Superalloys can be categorized by the base element that makes up the alloy. The GlobalSpec SpecSearch Database contains product information for cobalt, iron... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Powder Coatings - (66 companies)
    Powder Coatings Information. Powder coatings are powder materials that consist of pigmented thermoplastic particles. The powders are sprayed electrostatically onto components and then fused into a uniform and durable coating. Powder coatings... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Carbon Steels and Alloy Steels - (1060 companies)
    Steels above a carbon content of 1.2% are generally formed through powder metallurgy. Steels with carbon content above 2% are considered to be cast iron. Alloy Steel Metals. Alloy steels contain varying amounts of different metals and materials... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Nickel and Nickel Alloys - (452 companies)
    How to Select Nickel and Nickel Alloys. Nickel and nickel alloys are non-ferrous metals with high strength and toughness, excellent corrosion resistance, and superior elevated temperature properties. Types of Nickel and Nickel Alloys. Pure Nickel... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Master Alloys and Alloying Additives - (87 companies)
    Master alloys and alloying additives are alloy element concentrates, grain refiners, hardeners, deoxidants and other agents added into a melt or metal powder blend to produce a particular alloy, modify a melt or alter processing characteristics. How... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Metal Powders (powdered metals) - (223 companies)
    ...metal powders, there are a number of factors to consider. The most important factor is the metal or alloy type and should be selected based on the service conditions of the end product being manufactured. Other criteria include the powder 's... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Welding Alloys - (353 companies)
    ...is a mixture of the filler alloy and base metal. Welding Alloy Basics. Several factors should be considered when selecting a welding alloy such as the metals or alloys to be welded, the type of welding process used, and the applicable standards... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Diamond Powders and Superabrasive Grains - (78 companies)
    ...superior grinding performance on carbon and alloy steel. It is produced synthetically in a high-temperature, high-process anvil-press. The CBN production process is similar to that used for synthetic diamond. Selecting diamond powders and superabrasive... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Powder Testing Equipment - (59 companies)
    Powder Testing Equipment Information. Powder testing equipment is used to measure the static and dynamic properties of powders for pharmaceutical, coating, and other solid-particulate applications. Powders are collections of solid particles... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Light Alloys and Metals - (397 companies)
    Light alloys and light metals have low density and high strength-to-weight ratios. Light weight metals include aluminum, magnesium, titanium, and beryllium alloys. How to Select Light Alloys and Metals. Light alloys and light metals have low density... Search by Specification | Learn More
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  • ZCP2006IBSC367
    This premise was tested and proved valid by brazing alloys such as Inconel 718, Inconel X750, Waspaloy , and Haynes Alloy 214. ...by blending standard nickel brazing filler metals, purchased under Aerospace Material Specification (AMS) numbers, with titaniumhydride powder .
  • Gas Turbine Superalloy With Improved Fabricability
    This subcategory includes such alloys as Waspaloy , René-41 (or R-41), and 263, which are distinguished... To be produced economically in flat form, a considerably lower gamma-prime content is needed than is acceptable for alloys produced by other methods, such as casting, powder metallurgy, or isothermal forging. The Haynes 282 alloy is designed for applications in engines for aircraft such as the Lockheed Martin...
  • Alloys
    The most widely used wrought nickelbased age-hardened superalloys are Waspaloy and alloys 700 and 718. The only wrought cobalt-based alloy used in any volume is Haynes 188. Recent advances in nickel-bawd alloys include prealloyed powders , coating technology, rapid solidification, single-crystal technology, oxide...
  • Nickel based superalloy welding practices for industrial gas turbine applications
    introduction of a number of more novel joining processes such as laser powder deposition and friction welding. ...range of compo- nents, such as combustor liners (Fig. 2a), transition ducts (Fig. 2b) and exhaust exit casings, is dependent upon the ability to form fairly complex structures from dilute nickel based alloys , such as Nimonic 75, Haynes 230, IN625 and C263. ...or limited) welding of higher temperature capability, precipitation strengthened alloys such as IN718, Waspaloy , IN939, IN738, etc...
  • Wrought Ni�?Base Superalloys for Steam Turbine Applications beyond 700 °C
    ...they are difficult to process, limiting the compo- nent weight and sometimes requiring powder metallurgy due to... There are also lean compositions with few alloying additions, ensuring good manufacturabil- ity. Prominent examples are Waspaloy , Nimonic 263, and Udimet 500. Secondly, there are solid solution strengthened materials such as Inconel 617 and Haynes 230, containing substantial amounts...
  • ZEMEA2008ALL
    As the amount of c0 increases, the elevated-temperature resistance increases; however, the workability of wrought alloys decreases and eventually reaches a point where other fabrication methods, such as casting or powder metallurgy, must be used. ...C (1300 F), making it a candidate to replace the more expensive alloy Waspaloy in some applications. ...´ 95 Rene Waspaloy Iron-nickel base Solid-solution hardened 19-9 DL Haynes 556 Incoloy 802...
  • ZEMEA2008P563
    As the amount of c0 increases, the elevated-temperature resistance increases; however, the workability of wrought alloys decreases and eventually reaches a point where other fabrication methods, such as casting or powder metallurgy, must be used. ...C (1300 F), making it a candidate to replace the more expensive alloy Waspaloy in some applications. ...´ 95 Rene Waspaloy Iron-nickel base Solid-solution hardened 19-9 DL Haynes 556 Incoloy 802...
  • ZASMHBA0003985
    ...Davies, and J.W. Edington, Effect of Heat Treatment on Superplastic Response of Powder -Consolidated Nickel-Base... Huang, W.T. Wu, D. Lambert, and S.L. Semiatin, Computer Simulation of Microstructure Evolution During Hot Forging of Waspaloy and Nickel Alloy 718, Microstructural Modeling and Prediction During Thermomechanical Processing, Nov 4­8, 2001 (Indianapolis, IN), R. Srinivasan and S.L. Semiatin... The authors also wish to thank Dave Reuwer, Mike Fox, and Andrew Haynes for their assistance in...
  • Mechanical properties and fracture behavior of interfacial alumina scales on plasma-sprayed thermal barrier coatings
    ...during thermocyclic exposure will be a key factor in the development of: (1) alloys and coatings with... Atomized spherical NiCrAlY powders of –45/+10 µm size (NI-343, Praxair Specialty Powders, Indianapolis, IN) were... ...study evaluated the isothermal and cyclic oxidation (at 1,150°C) of TBCs with Waspaloy sub- strates, APS... Mechanical properties and fracture behavior: J. A. Haynes , M. K. Ferber, W. D. Porter and E. D...
  • ZSAAP2010P001
    ...that were optimized for improved TMF resistance through processing using techniques of directional solidification and powder metallurgy. Since then, progress has continued toward the development of alloys containing rhenium and ruthenium and optimized for... Superalloys such as Nimonic 75, Hastelloy X, Inconel 600, and Haynes 188 are commonly selected for this... Typical alloys selected for the vane assembly are Waspaloy , X-40, alloy 713, MAR-M 302, B...


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