heat-resistant alloy

heat-resistant alloy

[′hēt ri‚zis·tənt ′al‚ȯi]
(metallurgy)
An oxidation-resistant alloy.
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Method for vacuum deposition of coatings from multicomponent heat-resistant alloy, containing tungsten or tungsten and tantalum or tungsten, tantalum and rhenium, on substrate.
Closer tolerance control enables another US producer of heat-resistant alloy rings to deliver parts for aircraft turbines with up to 30 percent less weight, requiring significantly less finish machining.
The CA6535 insert is ideal for Ni-base heat-resistant alloys and 'martensitic' stainless steel.
Among specific topics are calculating the effective ground depth of cut by means of a grinding process model, comparing picosecond and femtosecond laser ablation for the surface engraving of metals and semiconductors, pulsed processes when cutting heat-resistant alloys, reactive atom plasma for the rapid figure correction of optical surfaces, and the thrust force of printed circuit board drilling.
Kubota Saudi Arabia Company will function to melt and cast heat-resistant alloys, crack pipelines, and steam in ethylene cracking units that are used in the petrochemical factories.
Recently, the repair brazing of nickel heat-resistant alloys (HRA) is used instead of the process of argon arc welding in restoration of components of a hot part of aircraft and industrial (power) gas-turbine plants.
For instance, while these strong and heat-resistant alloys can increase engine life, allowing smaller engines to do the work of larger ones, improving fuel efficiency, and decreasing operating costs, they also take their toll on cutting tools.
Molybdenite is a metal that is used mainly to prepare strong, heat-resistant alloys suitable for certain specialty applications, primarily in the aerospace and defense industries.
It also produces large-size extruded products made of aluminum alloys, semifinished products made of alloyed steel and nickel-base heat-resistant alloys.
Cast heat-resistant alloys, used in industrial turbines and gas-turbine engines, are subjected to rather complex heat treatment for the purpose of increasing heterogeneity of the structure and strengthening and improvement of the metal plasticity.
It can be used for machining heat-resistant alloys, austenitic stainless steels, hardened steel, and for interrupted cut machining.