aluminide


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aluminide

[ə′lüm·ə‚nīd]
(mathematical science)
An intermetallic alloy containing aluminum plus another element, such as nickel, iron, or titanium.
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thesis describing the development of a titanium aluminide (TiAl) alloy for use in beam-based additive- manufacturing technologies.
The engine incorporates many industry firsts, including the 3-D woven carbon fiber composite fan blade and case; the one-of-a-kind debris rejection system; fourth-generation 3-D aerodynamics; the first commercial use of ceramic matrix composites (CMCs); the revolutionary combustor design featuring fuel nozzles grown using additive manufacturing; and light-weight Titanium Aluminide airfoils.
This is the first time that stationary blades have been cast from titanium aluminide alloys in Russia.
Gamma Titanium Aluminide Alloys 2014: A Collection of Research on Innovation and Commercialization of Gamma Alloy Technology
In this paper, room-temperature bending/ torsion fatigue fractures in nitrided steel and in nickel-based superalloy with aluminide diffusion and thermal barrier high-temperature coatings, reported on earlier in [6-9], are discussed based on additional microscopic observations of fracture surfaces and 3D topographical data of selected surface regions.
Our first patents for titanium aluminide, a material midway between a metal and ceramic, date back to 1998.
With this watch, IWC pre-sented a watch case made of titanium aluminide and reaffirmed its reputation as the mate-rials pioneer in the watchmaking industry.
It also will further validate the advanced technologies incorporated in the engine, including the woven carbon fiber composite fan, the Twin-Annular, Pre-Mixing Swirler (TAPS) combustor, ceramic matrix composite shrouds in the high-pressure turbine and titanium aluminide blades in the low-pressure turbine.
Vergnano, Effects of cutting edge angle, edge preparation, and nanostructured coating on milling performance of a gamma titanium aluminide, Journal of Materials Processing Technology vol.
The model worked brilliantly, spawning such wonders as spectral imaging computed tomography technology and titanium aluminide (TiAl), a lightweight chemical compound used in Boeing's 747 and 787 Dreamliner jet engines.
The first inner intermetallic layer based on titanium aluminide is used to create a diffusion bond between the coating and base material.
The 24 papers, from one of 28 symposia held as part of the Congress, discuss such topics as the spectroscopic study of silver nanoparticles produced by chemical reduction, characterizing the microstructural degradation of platinum modified aluminide coating, fabricating and characterizing highly ordered porous alumina templates by a two-step anodization process, the in situ measurement of electrochemical characteristics of structural metals immersed in natural seawater, and the chemically characterizing yellow and orange pollen of sunflowers (Helianthus annuus) and its effect on the growth of hydroxyapatite.