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.
Heat-resistant alloys are used in environments subjected to oxidizing or corrosive atmospheres at temperatures above 650 [degrees]C.
It is suitable for machining materials up to a hardness of 54 HRC, including stainless steels, titanium and heat-resistant alloys based on nickel and chrome-cobalt.
Strong, heat-resistant alloys enable turbine engines to run cleanly and efficiently, explains Michael Mills, professor of materials science and engineering and leader of the project.
The Computationally Optimized Homogenization Heat Treatment Process is for alloys exposed to extreme environments, including heat-resistant alloys or those that require corrosion/oxidation resistance.
By manufacturing technology, titanium alloys are classified into deformable alloys, casting alloys, powder alloys; by physicochemical and mechanical properties--on high- and standard-hardness titanium alloys, high-ductile alloys, heat-resistant alloys, and corrosion resistant alloys.
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.
Accelerated oxidation of heat-resistant alloys by molten salt is well known as the most dangerous damage, and often called as catastrophic oxidation.