chromium-nickel alloy

chromium-nickel alloy

[¦krō·mē·əm ¦nik·əl ′al‚ȯi]
(metallurgy)
Any of several alloys containing chromium and nickel in various proportions together with small amounts of other metals.
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One example for the successful use of the new dag finishers is a process, specifically developed by Walther Trowal, for polishing of knee femorals made from a chromium-nickel alloy, which are covered with a ceramic coating applied with a special vapor deposit method.
Oxidation and burnout of alloying elements are not acceptable in remelting of creep-resisting chromium-nickel alloys. Therefore, remelting should be carried out using high-fluoride fluxes.