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Mechanical properties of modified low cobalt powder metallurgy Udimet 700 type alloys
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, For sale by the National Technical Information Service in [Washington, DC], [Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||Fredric H. Harf.|
|Series||NASA technical memorandum -- 101481.|
|Contributions||United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
|The Physical Object|
Introduction Powder metallurgy is the name given to the process by which fine powdered materials are blended, pressed into a desired shape, and then heated to bond surfaces Typically used when large amounts of small, intricate parts with high precision are required. The Global Powder Metallurgy Database gives raw data on materials currently in production at key component makers worldwide. In many cases the database gives high and low ranges of properties. It is intended as a guide to designers in the selection of materials and processing methods in PM.
These include the aluminum-nickel-cobalt alloys (in which cobalt ranges from about 5 to 35 wt%), the iron-cobalt alloys (approximately 5 to 12 wt%). and the cobalt rare-earth intermetallics (which have some of the highest magnetic properties of all known materials). AND MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF A POWDER METALLURGY PROCESSED NICKEL-BASE SUPERALLOY By Darryl Slade Stolz August Chair: Gerhard E Fuchs Major Department: Materials Science and Engineering Powder Metallurgy (P/M) processed nickel-base superalloys are used as turbine disk materials in jet engines. The P/M processing results in a homogenous.
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Mechanical properties of modified low cobalt powder metallurgy Udimet type alloys, Fredric H. Harf Publication. Washington, DC, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Springfield, Va., For sale by the National Technical Information Service, ; Note Distributed to depository libraries in microfiche Carrier category microfiche.
Mechanical properties were determined for a series of eight nickel base superalloys derived from low cobalt versions of Udimet The compositions of these alloys had been selected from data provided by a computer program. Material for the alloys was prepared by powder metallurgy and consolidated by hot isostatic pressing.
Get this from a library. Mechanical properties of modified low cobalt powder metallurgy Udimet type alloys. [Fredric H Harf; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.]. Eight superalloys derived from Udimet were prepared by powder metallurgy, hot isostatically pressed, heat treated and their tensile and creep rupture properties determined.
Several of these alloys displayed properties superior to those of Udimet similarly prepared, in one case exceeding the creep rupture life tenfold. Mechanical properties of modified low cobalt powder metallurgy Udimet type alloys. By Fredric H. Harf. Abstract.
Eight superalloys derived from Udimet were prepared by powder metallurgy, hot isostatically pressed, heat treated and their tensile and creep rupture properties determined. Several of these alloys displayed properties Author: Fredric H. Harf. A superalloy based on Udimetin which all of the cobalt had been replaced by nickel, was prepared from hot isostatically pressed pre-alloyed powders.
This material was given various heat treatments consisting of partial solutioning and ageing in a sequence of four different temperatures. Comparisons were made of microstructures and mechanical properties. Tungsten powder metallurry / Prepared by V. Barth and H. McIntire; Technology of metal powders: recent developments / edited by L.
Yaverbaum; Mechanical properties of modified low cobalt powder metallurgy Udimet type alloys [microform] / Fred Macrosegregation and nucleation in undercooled Pb-Sn alloys [microform] / Henry C.
de Groh. (). A REVIEW OF PARAMETERS INFLUENCING SOME MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF TUNGSTEN CARBIDE–COBALT ALLOYS. Powder Metallurgy: Vol. 13. properties of some metals and alloys copper and copper alloys • white metals and alloys • aluminum and alloys • magnesium alloys • titanium alloys • resistance heating alloys • magnetic alloys • con-trolled expansion and con-stant — modulus alloys • nickel and alloys • monel* nickel-copper alloys.
During the last few decades cobalt has conquered a major status as a material necessary in a number of high-technology applications.
The purpose of this paper is to review the structural applications as opposed to uses involving the chemical or physical properties of cobalt, in the light of the competitive aspects of various materials.
Due to its specific effects on transformation and. A superalloy, or high-performance alloy, is an alloy with the ability to operate at a high fraction of its melting point. Several key characteristics of a superalloy are excellent mechanical strength, resistance to thermal creep deformation, good surface stability, and resistance to corrosion or oxidation.
The crystal structure is typically face-centered cubic (FCC) austenitic. Udimet – – A modified IN composition was also studied of reduced The potency by which Re improves the high-temperature behavior is referred to in superalloy metallurgy as the Re-effect.
Alloys exist with Re at greater concentrations—the so-called third generation alloys—of which CMSX and Rene N6. The fabrication of cobalt-based orthopedic metal alloys can be cast, wrought, and forged , but, nowadays, cobaltbased materials with improved properties have been fabricated by means of powder.
performance nickel alloys; in fact, we have invented over 80 percent of the nickel alloys in the market today. We offer the industry’s widest range of nickel alloys, cobalt alloys and product forms—backed by over years of experience in nickel alloy technology.
These alloys are highly engineered to offer superior properties to perform in the. the mechanical properties of the alloy.(l) Effect of Cobalt in Nickel-Base Superalloys Only a few studies have investigated the specific effects of cobalt in superalloys.() Because cobalt can participate in so many of the microstructural reactions found in superalloys, the role of cobalt may vary from alloy to alloy.
Powder metallurgy (PM) of nickel-base superalloys was introduced in the s (Reichman & Chang, ). Conventional PM manufacturing consisting of hot isostatic pressing (HIP) and subsequent forging is typically used for parts that cannot be made by ingot metallurgy, e.g., because of high amounts of certain alloying elements or when high alloy.
R-Series Cobalt Powder. R-Series Cobalt Powders have a rod-like morphology and have been an industry standard for over 30 years. These powders have outstanding chemical purity, with low oxygen and carbon levels. Product particles range from – microns in size.
Contact us for further information. Top S-Series Cobalt Powder. Clarify the science and properties involved in powder metallurgy and the production of diamond tools 2.
this type of materials is the low adhesion strength between a diamond grain and a binder. Cobalt Based Alloy Powder(Thermal Sparaying and Welding Powder) Cobalt based alloys typically contain tungsten and carbon for strengthening. Carbon has low solid solubility in Cobalt and therefore most of its partitions are in WC, W2C, M6C or other carbide.
High-strength low-alloy (HSLA) steels, or microalloyed steels, are designed to provide better mechanical properties and/or greater resistance to atmospheric corrosion than conventional carbon steels. They are not considered to be alloy steels in the normal sense because they are designed to meet specific mechanical properties rather than a chemical.
Udimet ™ Udimet ™ Nonferrous metals offer a wide variety of mechanical properties and material characteristics. To shape both nonferrous and ferrous metals, designers use processes that range from casting and sintered powder metallurgy (P/M) to hot and cold working.
Each forming method imparts unique physical and mechanical.Nickel-base superalloys are described which oxidize selectively to form a single protective oxide Al2O3 which is particularly adherent to the alloy surface.
Alloys of the nickel-chromiumaluminum type are disclosed in a basic chemistry corresponding to, by weight, percent aluminum, percent chromium, percent aluminum plus chromium, percent yttrium or similar material.Cobalt processing - Cobalt processing - The metal and its alloys: In the production of a so-called cemented carbide, such as tungsten carbide, a briquetted mixture of tungsten carbide and cobalt powder is heated at a temperature above the melting point of cobalt.
The latter melts and binds the hard carbides, giving them the toughness and shock resistance needed to make carbides of practical.