superalloy


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superalloy

[¦sü·pər′al‚ȯi]
(metallurgy)
A thermally resistant alloy for use at elevated temperatures where high stresses and oxidation are encountered.
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Medical device company MiRus reported on Wednesday the receipt of the US FDA's 510(k) approval to market its newly developed molybdenum rhenium superalloy MoRe for medical implants in adult spine deformity surgery.
Hot corrosion studies of HVOF sprayed Cr3C2-NiCr and Ni-20Cr coatings on nickel-based superalloy at 900 [degrees]C.
The deep oxidation and corrosion behavior of the superalloys are explained by many researchers for certain applications.
Reheat treatments of IN-792 superalloy specimens were carried out only in the blade root considering, from the results of design and structural analysis of gas turbine blades, that this section is exposed to the lowest values of total deformation [20-22].
In high-temperature regions of the turbine, special high-melting-point nickel-base superalloy blades and vanes are used, which retain strength and resist hot corrosion at extreme temperatures.
Among the topics are removing inclusions by gas bubbles in a steel continuous casting tundish, estimating slag in ferrochromium, the influence of red mud content on the mechanical properties of natural fiber-reinforced polymer composites, creep cavitation and fracture in single-crystal superalloy, the microwave dielectric characterization of silicon dioxide, the thermal conductivity of inorganic-filler/resin composites, and the organophilization of a Brazilian kaolin clay.
A new probe design consisting of water-cooled support lance made from a nickelbase superalloy with an air-cooled probe head in which the samples were kept between the ceramic plates and the probe was introduced into the WTE plant [15].
Superalloy is an alloy developed for elevated temperature service, where good mechanical properties, good surface stability and high temperature oxidation and corrosion resistant are required.
Taipei, Sept.10, 2012 (CENS)--Taiwan's SuperAlloy Industrial Co.
The model is the second of its superalloy series following the Apollo 11 Saturn V rocket, released in March.
Elgiloy (Phynox) is an austenitic, hardenable superalloy and 'memory metal'.
The flexible member is formed from a flexible material, preferably a superalloy, or hyperelastic material.