master alloy

master alloy

[′mas·tər ′al‚ȯi]
(metallurgy)
An alloy of selected elements that can be added to a charge of molten metal to provide a desired composition or texture or to deoxidize the material. Also known as foundry alloy.
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Tenders are invited for Aluminium-Copper Master Alloy With Copper 47%-53%
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Electron beam melting can also be used to produce ingots of complexly alloyed titanium alloys by remelting the primary charge in the form of titanium sponge and master alloy (1).
The first step to get nanocrystalline alloys was to obtain a master alloy in form of bars, with an optimal chemical composition.
Molders say there is ready availability only of pure iron and nickel powders for both the elemental building and master alloy approaches, but there are still shortages of fully formulated stainless- or tool-steel powders (or other complex alloys) for the prealloy approach, which most molders would greatly prefer.
Tenders are invited for Manganese Copper Master Alloy.
com/research/vtsjwr/global_master) has announced the addition of the "Global Master Alloy Industry Report 2015" report to their offering.
The company recently developed a new concentrated master alloy ordered by Toyo for a very special application.
It was shown in [19] that chamber electroslag remelting as the metallurgical process makes it possible, by additional alloying with an oxygen-containing master alloy, to introduce the required concentration of oxygen into titanium and ensure chemical homogeneity of the metal of the ingot.
Ingot plants produce a wide variety of copper and copper alloy and master alloy ingot for foundry, brass mill and other industry consumption.
The MOU was signed after several days of meetings in Almaty, Kazakhstan between IBC, Kazatomprom and Ulba Metallurgical Plant ("Ulba"), the world's largest beryllium and master alloy processing facility and a wholly owned subsidiary of Kazatomprom.