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High temperature silicides and refractory alloys

symposium held November 29-December 3, 1993, Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

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Published by Materials Research Society in Pittsburgh, Pa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Heat resistant alloys -- Congresses.,
  • Silicides -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementeditors, C.L. Briant ... [et al.].
    SeriesMaterials Research Society symposium proceedings ;, v. 322, Materials Research Society symposia proceedings ;, v. 322.
    ContributionsBriant, C. L., Materials Research Society. Meeting Symposium F.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTA418.26 .H535 1994
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 569 p. :
    Number of Pages569
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1082223M
    ISBN 101558992219
    LC Control Number94005806

    The first volume focuses on carbon (graphite/graphene) and refractory metals (W, Re, Os, Ta, Mo, Nb, Ir). The second and third volumes are dedicated solely to refractory (ceramic) compounds (oxides, nitrides, carbides, borides, silicides) and to the complex materials – refractory alloys, carbon and ceramic composites, respectively. Choosing the Right Alloys for High Temperature Service. For any business involved in working with alloys in extremely hot environments, choosing the right alloys for high temperature service is far from straightforward. After all, there is no such thing as uniformity when it .

      Creep rates of silicides are shown to be very sensitive to grain size even in the power-law creep regime with grain size exponent of the order of five and above. In addition, the results show that with increase in volume fraction of reinforcements there is a decrease in creep rates for volume percentages less than 25%.Cited by: High-Temperature Alloy Properties In the material selection process, many factors need to be considered including the temperature and environment. High temperature properties, although very useful in design, can also be key to selecting the most cost effective alloy.

    The high-temperature creep strain of alloys must be limited for them to be used. The creep strain should not exceed 1–2%. The creep strain should not exceed 1–2%. An additional complication in studying creep behavior of the refractory metals is interactions with environment, which . This exhaustive work in three volumes and over pages provides a thorough treatment of ultra-high temperature materials with melting points over °C. The first volume focuses on Carbon and Refractory Metals, whilst the second and third are dedicated solely to Refractory compounds and the third to Refractory Alloys and Composites : Igor L. Shabalin.


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ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "Proceedings of Symposium F on High Temperature Silicides and Refractory Alloys, which was held in conjunction with the Fall Materials Research Society Meeting in Boston, Massachusetts, November December 2, ". Silicide coatings have proved to be invaluable in providing high-temperature oxidation resistance in nickel-based alloys, steels, and most importantly in refractory metals and alloys.

The excellent hot corrosion resistance of silicides has been well established. High temperature water. Refractory and dense materials such as molybdenum, tungsten, and rhenium, are candidates for use in nuclear applications. For nuclear fusion reactor concepts in particular, dense refractory alloys that are resistant to liquid metals and that have good thermal conductivity are essential for efficient heat.

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In I. Shabalin was awarded the title of Honorary Professor of the Department of High Temperature Materials (National Technical University of Ukraine), which was founded by Grigorii V.

Samsonov, one of the world famous scientists of the 20th century in the field of physics and chemistry of refractory : Igor L. Shabalin. This problem is a primary reason for the current high level of interest in high-temperature intermetallic compounds.

The development of such a material system has important implications for national defense and for spin-offs to civilian technology, as. - Buy Ultra-High Temperature Materials II: Refractory Carbides I (Ta, Hf, Nb and Zr Carbides) book online at best prices in India on Read Ultra-High Temperature Materials II: Refractory Carbides I (Ta, Hf, Nb and Zr Carbides) book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on qualified : Igor L.

Shabalin. Ultra-High Temperature Materials I: Carbon (Graphene/Graphite) and Refractory Metals Igor L. Shabalin (auth.) This exhaustive work in three volumes with featuring cross-reference system provides a thorough overview of ultra-high temperature materials – from elements and.

Refractory Hard Metals: Borides, Carbides, Nitrides, and Silicides, The Basic Constituents of Cemented Hard Metals and Their Use as High-Temperature Materials Schwarzkopf, Paul, et al Published by Macmillan ().

High-temperature Alloys for Industrial Applications SinceHaynes International has concentrated on the production of special alloys. The original product, cobalt-based metal-cutting tools, provided a natural entry into the high-temperature alloy field at mid-century with the advent of commercial jet engines.

The results of investigations of the mechanical characteristics of molybdenum and niobium alloys and their welded joints, which are used in space-rocket hardware, have been generalized. The investigations were carried out under short-time, sustained static and low-cycle loading conditions on small time bases in a temperature range of – by: 5.

This exhaustive work in three volumes and over pages provides a thorough treatment of ultra-high temperature materials with melting points over °C. The first volume focuses on Carbon and Refractory Metals, whilst the second and third are dedicated solely to Refractory compounds and the third to Refractory Alloys and Composites.

Ultra-High Temperature Materials II: Refractory Carbides I (Ta, Hf, Nb and Zr Carbides) Igor L. Shabalin This exhaustive work in three volumes and over pages provides a thorough treatment of ultra-high temperature materials with melting points over °C.

High-density (with a relative density of up to %) ultra-high-temperature ceramic materials (UHTCs) based on the ZrB2–TaC–SiC system were obtained by hot pressing for 15 min at °C Broadly speaking, high temperature alloys are metals designed to maintain strength above room temperature, and which generally operate between temperatures of °F and °F.

HISTORY AND EVOLUTION: In the early ’s, adding chrome to steel produced the first true high temperature materials, for resistance heating elements. Refractory metals, particularly when added as alloys, can extend the lifespan of seals, valve seats, nozzles and other areas prone to high wear.

Excellent Corrosion Resistance Chemical plant process pipework is typically made of refractory metals or their alloys, because of their high degree of corrosion resistance and strength compared to.

High temperature alloys are essential to many industries that require a stable material to perform in harsh oxidative environments.

Many of these alloys are suited for specific applications such as jet engine turbine blades where most other materials would either melt or oxidize and crumble (1). High temperature gas reactor experiments create unique challenges for thermocouple-based temperature measurements.

As a result of the interaction with neutrons, the thermoelements of the thermocouples undergo transmutation, which produces a time-dependent change in composition and, as a consequence, a time-dependent drift of the thermocouple signal. refractory HEA would increase the available materials in high temperature applications.

According to a study performed by Perepezko, current components made of Ni-based alloys in jet turbines require cooling as it would otherwise melt from the hot gas.[1]. To summarize, we may conclude that the various new high-temperature materials such as refractory metals and their alloys, metal borides, carbides, nitrides, and silicides, oxides, refractory.

Molybdenum silicides, on the other hand, possess excellent oxidation resistance at high temperatures, but suffer from poor fracture toughness. Presentations on laves phase alloys focus on mechanisms for promoting twinning as a means of improving low-temperature toughness.Get this from a library!

Refractory hard metals: borides, carbides, nitrides, and silicides ; the basic constituents of cemented hard metals and their use as high .Further properties of interest are combination alloys, doped metals, oxidation behaviour, high temperature strength, low temperature ductility, refractory metals in in-situ composites, silicides, high temperature oxidation resistant coatings, role of defects, recrystallization, among others.

Of interest also is the role of thermal treatment.