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History of the Alloys
Further developments of creepresisting nickelbase alloys
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acid air cool aluminium applications brazing carbide carbon casting chromium components composition corrosion cracking creep-rupture curves cycle deformation developed diameter disc ductility effect electrode elements elevated temperatures engine extruded fatigue fracture furnace gas turbine given in Table grain boundaries hardening heat heat-treatment Henry Wiggin high-temperature hot-working hydrochloric acid Inconel increase ingots Inst machining material matrix melting metal method modulus molybdenum nickel nickel-base alloys Nimonic 105 Nimonic 263 Nimonic 75 Nimonic 80A Nimonic 90 Nimonic alloys Nimonic PE 16 Nimonic PK niobium normally notch obtained occur operations oxidation particles phase precipitation precipitation-hardening produced proof stress properties of Nimonic range reduced remelting resistance room temperature sample sheet shown in Fig similar solidus solution-treatment specimen steel strain stress-rupture structure superalloys surface techniques temperature tensile properties tensile strength test pieces thermal titanium tungsten turbine blades vacuum welding Young's modulus