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The pegging of oxides in the form of flakes may be due to the reaction of alloying elements with the molten salt.
Additional alloying elements are used in aluminum casting, primarily to assist in the development of room-temperature mechanical properties.
Sintering density of PM steels depends on pressing load, particle size, added alloying elements and sintering temperature and time.
With the exception of Ni, all alloying elements used improve hardness and strength, particularly after heat treatment.
High Performance Alloys Market by Alloy Type (Wrought, Cast), by Product Type (Non-Ferrous Alloys, Refractory Alloys), by Alloying Element (Aluminum, Titanium, Magnesium), by Application (Aerospace, Industrial, Automotive), & Geography - Global Forecast to 2020
The presence of carbon and alloying elements increases the number of defects by the crystal lattice distortion.
The present work dealt with the investigation of the influence of alloying elements in Zn-Al alloy on thermal and mechanical properties.
Alloying elements for high-temperature turbines, such as rhenium.
Unlike some other tool steel grade alloys that contain molybdenum and tungsten, which are comparatively costly alloying elements, this "lean" tool steel has an increased amount of chromium in it, as well as carbides that contribute to a multi-phase composite microstructure.
Aluminium master alloys are difficult to analyze by routine analytical methods due to inhomogeneity and high percentage of the alloying elements.
There are more than 150 grades of commercially available stainless steel alloys, each distinguished by the composition of alloying elements.
The product is an alpha/beta titanium alloy whose alloying elements produce a material that can be hot or cold rolled to produce sheet with strength comparable to conventional pack-rolled titanium 6-4 sheet, but with improved formability.
To optimise the melting process and pro-duce ingots with a guaranteed chemical com-position, and also minimise the losses of the alloying elements in EBM of large ingots of creep-resisting titanium alloys, the technological parameters of melting for ingots with a diameter of 840 mm were determined by mathematical calculations (3).
3) The different microstructure due to different alloying elements is very likely to affect the mechanical behavior in the repeated high strain rate shock load.