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Alloy Digest (1965) 14 (3): Co-43.
Published: 01 March 1965
... MAR-M 302 is a cast cobalt-base alloy having superior oxidation and thermal shock resistance. It was designed primarily for use as a first stage turbine vane to operate in the temperature range of 1500-2000 F. This datasheet provides information on composition, physical properties, hardness...
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Alloy Digest (1965) 14 (7): Co-45.
Published: 01 July 1965
... minutes after pour is recommended to develop optimum elevated temperature proper- ties. MAR-M Alloy 322 is less resistant to oxidation than is MAR-M Alloy 302 alloy, but more resistant than WI-52 alloy. This is particularly true at the higher temperatures above 19000F. Static Oxidation Resistance Time...
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Alloy Digest (2021) 70 (3): SA-869.
Published: 01 March 2021
... comply with MIL-DTL-12560 or EN 10163-2, class Boron 0.003 B, subclass 3. Carbon equivalent(c) 0.85 Iron bal Flatness. The maximum deviation from flatness, measured in accordance with EN 10029, is 3 mm/m (1/8 in. in every 40 in Internal Soundness. Industeel Mars 380 plates are ultrasoni- cally tested...
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Alloy Digest (2012) 61 (10): SA-664.
Published: 01 October 2012
..., with good ballistics properties to meet all munitions. Products Available: Supplied as tailor made mill plates and standard sizes: Thickness: 3 150 mm (0.12 5.9 in.) For special application: plates up to 600 mm (23.6 in.) thick Width: 4.1 m (13.5 ft) Length: 13 m (42.7 ft) Applications: Mars 190...
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Alloy Digest (1954) 3 (12): SS-22.
Published: 01 December 1954
... Steel) USS 5, Type 501, containing app roximatdy 5% chromium and 5% molybdenum resists corrosion and oxidation at ele- vated temperatures and it is partic&riy adaptable m applications in the petmkum refinery industry where a combination of these proparies and high creep strength and resistance m high...
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Alloy Digest (1957) 6 (5): SS-55.
Published: 01 May 1957
... and slightIy higher totai alloy content, which lessen tbe tendency m weid-embrittiement and enhance the corrosion resiscaaa. ause these types m be preferred over Type 302 for appti- acions involving welding during fabriation. It is not to be inferred, however. that Types 304 or 304L are the proper alloys...
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Alloy Digest (1954) 3 (8): CI-7.
Published: 01 August 1954
...- of high yield sttength, exceuent weat resm and adapt- abiiiy (0 seleaive hzudenhg comporiti- Toal carbon combiaed cafhon SiliCOll Myrgancse Sulphur s- 2.35-2.75 0.60-0.70 la-l.70 0.35-0.50 0.17 mar. 0.10 max halance Physical Constants Specific gravity, g/cc Density, lb./clL in. Thermal coef. expansion...
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Alloy Digest (1954) 3 (6): SA-19.
Published: 01 June 1954
... ASTM-WC1 chemical composition creep properties elasticity fracture toughness hardness heat treatability high-temperature alloys joinability machinability physical properties tensile properties Filing Cod.: SA-19 A. S. T. M. - WC1 Steel-Alloy 08 JUNE, 1914 PIGssTd - DATA ON WORLD WIDE...
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Alloy Digest (1954) 3 (12): Cu-21.
Published: 01 December 1954
.../cc Density, lb./m. in. Melting range, F. Thermal conductivity, BTU/hftftF. (68OF.) Thermal coef. expansion, h/ixF. (68-572°F.) Specific heat, BTLJ/lbF. ( 68 F. ) Electrical resisrance, mia-ohahcm (20X.) Modulus of elasticiy, psi PROPERTIES MECHANICAL PROPERTIES 8.41 0.304 1630-1650 67 0.0000118...
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Alloy Digest (1954) 3 (1): Ti-2.
Published: 01 January 1954
...-- Physicul conHan& 0.07 max Density, lIL/aL ilL 0.10 mar. A&dulusofeleseicicy,psi 0.35 max 0.02 max. 2.4 to 3.1 1.2 to 1.8 Imhce94.6 PROPERTIES and forgings It is hut 0.1668 16~,ooo SS 8-10 O.OOOOO5 !E2g 3.0 Table 1 -TYPICAL bGcH4wIcA.L PROPERTIES AzfL Porgings &bH~Uad Bars 140000-165000 135000-160000 120000...
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Alloy Digest (1954) 3 (2): Mg-8.
Published: 01 February 1954
... and aausions requihghighfafiguesKengthandgoodaeep Composition2 Nominrl 8.5 0.2 0.5 - 7.8-9.2 0.15 mill 0.2-0.8 0.30 max. 0.05 max. 0.005 mar. 0.005 maz 0.3 max. Physical Constants: specific gn~rp. g/cc Density, Wcu. in. h&king point, F Cohient thermal expansion, F 65-212-P 65-750'F Thermal conducciviy, c&s...
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Alloy Digest (1954) 3 (7): Al-18.
Published: 01 July 1954
... righr castings. bnpusition: ZzE . ? E- chromitlm Titanium Otha demerits, each orher eiemalrs, total 1.0-1.5 4.5-5.5 0.4-0.6 0.6 max. 0.50 max 0.30 max. 020 max. 020 max. 0.05 mar. 0.15 max. Remainder Physiii constantsz specific gravity, g/cc Density, h/at in. kEZEZZ&ty, 70 Cu Thermal conduaiviy, caI/sec...
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Alloy Digest (1967) 16 (11): SS-202.
Published: 01 November 1967
.... Composition: Physical Constants: Carbon 0.08 max. Manganese 2.00 mar. Sulphur 0.030 max. Phosphoms 0.030 max. SiIicon 0.75 max. Chromium 16.00-18.00 Nickel 11.00-14.00 Molybdenum 2.00-3.00 Iron Remainder Density, lb/cu.in. Thermal conductivity, Btu/ft2/in/br/OF at 21PF Thermal coef. expansion/OF r 10-6 75...