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Alloy Digest (1998) 47 (11): SS-730.
Published: 01 November 1998
... and 899 C (800 and 1650 F). It is nonmagnetic in the annealed condition but is slightly magnetic in the cold-worked condition. Among its many applications are aircraft-engine exhaust manifolds, boiler shells, and high-temperature handling equipment. This datasheet provides information on composition...
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Alloy Digest (1983) 32 (12): SS-436.
Published: 01 December 1983
... exhaust manifolds, boiler shells and high-temperature handling equipment. This datasheet provides information on composition, physical properties, hardness, elasticity, and tensile properties as well as fracture toughness. It also includes information on corrosion resistance as well as forming, heat...
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Alloy Digest (1983) 32 (5): SS-426.
Published: 01 May 1983
.... Applications: Aircraft-engine exhaust manifolds, boiler shells, collector rings, expansion joints and high-temperature chemical handling equipment. The manufacturer notes that these are some typical applications and that a specific application should not be made without independent study and evaluation...
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Alloy Digest (2002) 51 (12): Ni-597.
Published: 01 December 2002
... cladding of the INCO- CLAD tubes is the same as that of conventional alloy 625 tubes and is specified by ASTM B 444, UNS N06625. The grade and composition of the steel substrate are dependent on the steel specified. Some of the common boiler steel grades used for the tube core are ASTM A 210 grade A-1...
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Alloy Digest (1988) 37 (5): SS-494.
Published: 01 May 1988
... by ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code (Case 1997 for Section VIII and Case N-438 for Section III Construction). This datasheet provides information on composition, physical properties, hardness, elasticity, and tensile properties. It also includes information on high temperature performance...
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Alloy Digest (1981) 30 (3): Bi-23.
Published: 01 March 1981
... in Table 3. Melting and Casting: The precautions necessary in the melting and casting of Ostalloy 160-190 are few and simple. They can be . ed as follows: (1) Use a clean double boiler over a gas burner or other heat source, (2) Use a thermometer to check the pouring temperature which should be about 212OF...
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Alloy Digest (1984) 33 (1): Bi-34.
Published: 01 January 1984
... © ASM International® 1996 Melting and Casting: The precautions necessary in the melting and casting of lndalloy 16& 190 are few and simple. They can be summarized as follows: (1) Use a clean double boiler over a gas burner or other heat source, (2) Use a thermometer to check the pouring temperature...
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Alloy Digest (1984) 33 (9): Bi-37.
Published: 01 September 1984
...: Only a few simple precautions are necessary in the melting and casting of Bismuth-37.7Pb-I 1.3Sn-8.5Cd alloy. They can be summarized as follows: (I) Use a clean double boiler over a gas DOI: 10.31399/asm.ad.bi0037 Copyright © ASM International® 1996 burner or other heat source. (2) Use a thermometer...
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Alloy Digest (1979) 28 (6): Bi-12.
Published: 01 June 1979
... production problem. The use of Alloy 243 1 offers a number of advantages: (1) safety (liquid at 190oF), (2) simplicity (can be melted on the kitchen stove in a double boiler of enamel or Pyrex glass, or in an iron ladle), (3) faithful reproductions of ultra-fine detail, and (4) tensile strength adequate...
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Alloy Digest (1974) 23 (7): SS-298.
Published: 01 July 1974
... below 17000F. Reheat as necessary and cool in air. Most of the usage oi No. ~-MO has been as heat exchanger tubing in shell and tube heat exchangers and as pipe or tubing in heating or cooling coils. In the fabrication of heat exchangers.a rolled joint between the tubes and the tube sheet has usually...
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Alloy Digest (1975) 24 (1): Ni-214.
Published: 01 January 1975
... techniques such as sand, shell. centrifugal. etc. The pouring temperature for both alloys is in the range 2700-29000F. Pattern shrinkage is 0.25 inch per foot. Joining: Alloy 410 castings, properly made, can be readily repair welded or salvage welded using covered electrode and inert gas tungsten arc...