Abstract

Land-based turbines need to operate at high temperatures if they are to generate electricity efficiently and with fewer greenhouse gas emissions. Toward this end, alloy producers are developing nickel-base superalloys that will withstand the demanding operating conditions inside these units. The advanced, wrought, gamma-prime strengthened superalloy Haynes 282 could also potentially be used in aircraft manufacturing and other highperformance, high-temperature environments. The alloy contains 58% Ni, 19% Cr, 10% Co, 8.5% Mo, 1.5% Al, and 2.1% Ti. This datasheet provides information on composition, physical properties, elasticity, and tensile properties as well as creep. It also includes information on high temperature performance as well as forming and heat treating. Filing Code: Ni-637. Producer or source: Haynes International Inc.

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