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Alloy Digest (1972) 21 (12): Ni-183.
Published: 01 December 1972
... BLENDALLOY 22-1000 is a high-purity nickel for use where low base hardness, high, ductility, and a low work-hardening rate combined with product purity, corrosion resistance, heat dissipation, electrical conductivity and formability considerations are required. This datasheet provides information...
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Alloy Digest (1994) 43 (11): Ni-470.
Published: 01 November 1994
...-machining stainless steel. The alloy is best handled on heavy-duty equipment us- ing cutting tools large and heavy enough to withstand the loads and to quickly dissipate the heat generated. Tools must be sharp and have the proper geometry. Workability: Alloy C600 is workable, both hot and cold. The normal...
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Alloy Digest (1970) 19 (12): SS-248.
Published: 01 December 1970
... steel. Use a powerful machine and a rigid machine set-up. Select as large a tool as possible to permit maximum dissipation of heat through the tool and use a copious supply of cutting fluid directed at the tip of the tool. Use feed and depth of cut great enough to get below the work-hardened skin. Heavy...
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Alloy Digest (1977) 26 (2): Ni-240.
Published: 01 February 1977
... Type 304 stainless steel and slightly less machinable than Type 303 free-machining stainless steel. The alloy is best handled on heavyduty equip- mcnt using cutting tools large and heavy enough to withstand the loads and to quickly dissipate the heat generated. Tools must be sharp and have the proper...
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Alloy Digest (1969) 18 (2): SS-220.
Published: 01 February 1969
... of material. Its machinability rating is about 45% of AISI Blll2 steel. Use a powerful machine and a rigid machine set-up. Select as large a cool as possible co permit maximum dissipation of heat through the cool and use a copious supply of cutting fluid directed at the tip of the cool. Use feed and...
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Alloy Digest (1972) 21 (7): Ni-176.
Published: 01 July 1972
...-machining stainless steel. The alloy is best handled on heavy-duty equipment using cutting tools large and heavy enough to withstand the loads and to quickly dissipate the heat generated. Tools must be sharp and have the proper geometry. Workability: INCQNEL aBoy 600 is workable, both hot and cold. The...
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Alloy Digest (1967) 16 (11): SS-202.
Published: 01 November 1967
.... Select as large a tool as possible to permit maximum dissipation of heat through the tool and use a copious supply of cutting fluid directed at the tip of the tool. Use feed and depth of cut great enough to get below the work-hardened skin. Heavy feeds at reduced speeds will give faster metal removal...
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Alloy Digest (2013) 62 (5): Cu-724.
Published: 01 May 2013
... addition, ToughMet 2 s high thermal conductivity provides effective heat dissipation in bearing applications. Parts are easily formed and they can be machined either before or after heat treatment. This alloy s heat treatment is a simple single-step process of three hours at 370 400 ºC (700 750 ºF). Heat...
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Alloy Digest (2000) 49 (7): SS-796.
Published: 01 July 2000
... 1300 517 75 683 99 21 60 202 100 B 460 1400 407 59 565 82 25 62 180 96 B ALLEGHENY LUDLUM TYPE 416 Filing Code SS-796 Stainless Steel July 2000 DOI: 10.31399/asm.ad.ss0796 Generally stainless steels are tough and dissipate heat slowly. The relatively high strengths require equipment capable of...
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Alloy Digest (1992) 41 (3): SS-525.
Published: 01 March 1992
...; recuperator parts; kiln linings; refractory reinforcing fibers. The alloys are suitable for some heating elements andenergy dissipating applications. Producers: Allegheny Ludlum Steel Division Allegheny Ludlum Corporation Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15222 ...
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Alloy Digest (1961) 10 (5): SS-117.
Published: 01 May 1961
..., drilling, or threading. Its machinability rating is about 40% of AISI B1112 steel. Use a powerful machine and a rigid machine set-up. Select as large a tool as possible to permit maximum dissipation of heat through the tool, and use a copious supply of cutting fluid directed at the tip of the tool. Use...
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Alloy Digest (1985) 34 (1): Ni-309.
Published: 01 January 1985
... dissipate the heat. Workability: Nickel Alloy 600 can he worked either hot or cold. The temperature range of 12OO F to 1600°F should be avoided due to low ductility. Hot work may be conducted between 1600°F and USOOF, with heavy working conducted at 19OO For higher. Cold workingcan be utilized to develop...
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Alloy Digest (1969) 18 (2): Cr-2.
Published: 01 February 1969
... UNILOY 50Cr/50Nj is an improved corrosion-resistant, wrought alloy with outstanding resistance to a wide variety of corrosive media. It is recommended for oil refinery heaters, incinerator components, metallurgical heat treating furnace components and reactor vessels for treating pulping liquors...
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Alloy Digest (2021) 70 (3): Ni-768.
Published: 01 March 2021
... feed level that is not too high should be selected and the cutting tool should be engaged at all times. An ade- 100 Tensile Strength 700 quate depth of cut is important in order to cut below the 600 previously formed strain-hardened zone. Optimum heat Stress, ksi 90 500 Stress, MPa dissipation through...
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Alloy Digest (1991) 40 (1): Ni-391.
Published: 01 January 1991
... large and heavy enough to withstand the loads and to quickly dissipate the heat generated Tools must be sharp and have the proper geometry. Workability: UNS No. NO6600 is workable, both hot and cold. The normal hot-working temperature range is 1600 to 2250 F. Heavy hot work should be done between 1900...
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Alloy Digest (2020) 69 (8): CI-72.
Published: 01 August 2020
... Meehanite GA350 is a heat-treatable, pearlitic gray cast iron that exhibits high strength while still maintaining good thermal conductivity and good machinability. It is generally used for applications where the thermal conductivity requirements preclude the use of other higher-strength materials...
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Alloy Digest (1968) 17 (12): SS-218.
Published: 01 December 1968
... AISI is the columbium-bearing stabilized grade of stainless steel recommended for corrosion resistant parts requiring welding. It is also recommended for parts which are intermittently heated and cooled to temperatures between 800 and 1650 F to avoid intergranular embrittlement. This datasheet...
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Alloy Digest (1963) 12 (11): SS-149.
Published: 01 November 1963
... ENDURO 18-8STi is the titanium-type 304 stainless steel stabilized by titanium. It is not made sensitive to intergranular corrosion by heating within the carbide precipitation range. It is recommended for use at temperatures up to 1600 F. This datasheet provides information on composition...
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Alloy Digest (1978) 27 (5): SS-350.
Published: 01 May 1978
... permit maximum dissipation of heat through the tool and use a generous supply of sulfurized cutting fluid (preferably of the chlorinated type) directed at the tip of the tool. Use feed and depth of cut great enough to get below the work-hardened skin. Heavy feeds at reduced speeds will give faster metal...
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Alloy Digest (2001) 50 (5): SS-823.
Published: 01 May 2001
... approximately 25 mm (1 in.) wide on each side of the joint should be ground to bright metal. Any tarnishing can often be removed by brushing the joint while still warm. Painstaking attention to cleanliness is required during welding. Low heat input and rapid heat dissipation are necessary. Interpass tempera...