nickel-base alloy


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Synonyms for nickel-base alloy

an alloy whose main constituent is nickel

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Carpenter's DM21 alloy, other tailored nickel-base alloys, and titanium, made by the Dynaforge process can be used for aerospace parts and medical applications as all materials consolidated by this means have excellent fracture toughness and uniform properties with no segregation.
In steel castings, particularly those with thick sections, pockmarking may appear on casting surfaces, In high-alloy steels, such as stainless and nickel-base alloys, appreciable amounts of undesirable surface porosity and carbon pickup might occur.
Metallurgical development has produced a variety of materials, ranging from directionally solidified and single-crystal nickel-base alloys to titanium alloys and even intermetallic compounds, metal aluminides that researchers hope will bridge the gap between metallic and ceramic materials.
com/reports/c20299) has announced the addition of The Alloy Tree: A Guide to Low-Alloy Steels, Stainless Steels and Nickel-Base Alloys to their offering
4]V, commercially pure titanium and titanium-aluminum eutectic alloy castings but nickel-base alloys such as IN 718 also are compatible with the process.
These alloys provide a level of resistance to oxidation and wear that is comparable to conventional nickel-base alloys, yet offers these advantage more affordably," added Dickinson.
4]V, commercially pure titanium and titanium-aluminum eutectic alloy castings, but nickel-base alloys such as IN 718 also are compatible with the process.
Probably best known for its development and use of vacuum casting, as well as for permanent molding for producing copper-base castings, the foundry, located 35 miles west of Chicago in Montgomery, Illinois, has now moved into pouring iron and nickel-base alloys in nobake sand molds.