high-temperature alloy

high-temperature alloy

[′hī ‚tem·prə·chər ′al‚ȯi]
(metallurgy)
An alloy suitable for use at temperatures of 500°C and above.
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Compared with Waspaloy, a commonly used high-temperature alloy, Haynes 282, offers superior machinability and responds well to heat treatment, due to the lower fraction of the [gamma]'phase.
Although when there are new developments in cutting tool inserts optimal cooling, longer tool life and increased productivity are pretty much the features that seem to come along with them, the FM5 finishing and RM5 roughing indexable inserts from Walter, developed for high-temperature alloy and stainless-steel machining, are designed to deliver.
The nozzles are cast from a special high-temperature alloy, and a solenoid controls the operation.
System for alloying of the investigated titanium high-temperature alloy was selected, and composition of the charge and technology of electron beam melting for this alloy was developed.
A new wrought magnesium technology is set to push both aluminium and titanium to the side as a high-temperature alloy for machined components.
To enhance engine life, gallery-cooled alloy pistons haw been used, along with a high-temperature alloy cylinder head.
Rosler, "Investigation of phase transformations by insitu neutron diffraction in a Co-Re-based high-temperature alloy," Materials Letters, vol.
As the name implies, high-temperature alloy wire is an especially useful material to combat corrosion and to withstand the extremes of high and sub-zero temperatures.
According to president and CEO Stuart Freilich, the company deals exclusively in titanium and high-temperature alloy scrap.
Switching to a new carbide drill with a special geometry designed to reduce cutting thrust has helped an aerospace components manufacturer reduce the cost of drilling a high-temperature alloy part by better than 80 percent.
The NF4, NM4, and NR4 chip breaking geometries are said to increase performance up to 50 percent in machining stainless steel and high-temperature alloy materials.

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