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Alloy Digest (1991) 40 (5): P-26.
Published: 01 May 1991
... TACTIX 556 is a multifunctional epoxy novolac resin. Its dicyclopentadiene structure has extremely low average molecular polarity, a feature critical to low moisture absorbance. This datasheet provides information on composition, physical properties, and tensile properties. Filing Code: P-26...
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Alloy Digest (1990) 39 (1): P-15.
Published: 01 January 1990
... 397 412 390 Glass transition temp. C(byDSC) 149 152 171 166 Moisture absorbance, wt% - - - 2.38 Copyright © ASM International® 1996DOI: 10.31399/asm.ad.p0015 Table 5 -TYPICAL MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF COM- POSITEBASED ON TACI iX 138 COMPARED TOM&R-9300 TACITX 138 Base ML-R-9300+* Tensile strength...
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Alloy Digest (1985) 34 (7): SA-410.
Published: 01 July 1985
... placing the electrodes in a 250 F holding oven or a low-humidity container and removing only those which will be used within about one-half hour. If exposed to humid conditions the electrode coating will rapidly absorb .moisture and must be reconditioned by baking at 800°F for one hour before use. For...
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Alloy Digest (1976) 25 (11): SA-327.
Published: 01 November 1976
... electrode coating will rapidly absorb moisture and must be reconditioned by baking at 800°F for one hour before use. For solid wire gas metal arc welding (GMAW) with argon or CO2 the wire should be clean. This welding process is very good for assuring low hydrogen in the welding atmosphere because the wires...
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Alloy Digest (1976) 25 (12): SA-213.
Published: 01 December 1976
... about half hour. If exposed to humid conditions the electrode coating will rapidly absorb moisture and must be reconditioned by baking at 8000F for one hour before use. For solid wire gas metal arc welding (CMAW) with argon or CO? the wire should be clean. This welding process is very good for assuring...
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Alloy Digest (1984) 33 (12): Ni-307.
Published: 01 December 1984
... base metal and amount of dilution. Storage: Opened containers of unused electrodes should be stored in a cabinet with a desiccant or heated to IO- 15°F above the highest expected ambient tempera- ture. Bake electrodes that have absorbed excessive moisture at 6OO F for one hour or at 5OO F for two hours...
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Alloy Digest (1985) 34 (2): Ni-310.
Published: 01 February 1985
...- ture. Bake electrodes that have absorbed excessive moisture at 6OO F for one hour or at 5OO F for two hours. products at welding temperatures. Cleaning can be done mechanically by grinding or machining, or chemically by pickling. Flash-pickling solutions are effective in cleaning before welding. The...
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Alloy Digest (1985) 34 (4): Ni-313.
Published: 01 April 1985
... electrodes that have absorbed excessive moisture at 6OO F for one hour or at 500°F for two hours. Cleaning for Welding: Corrosion products and other foreign materials must be removed from the base metal in the vicinity of the weld. Clean, bright base metal should extend 2 to 3 inches (50-75mm) from the joint...
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Alloy Digest (1985) 34 (6): Ni-316.
Published: 01 June 1985
... with a desiccant or heated to IO- 15°F above the highest expected ambient temper- ature. Bake electrodes that have absorbed excessive moisture at 6oo°F for one hour or at 500°F for two hours. Cleaning for Welding: Corrosion products and other foreign materials must be removed from the base metal in the...
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Alloy Digest (1985) 34 (10): Ni-323.
Published: 01 October 1985
... electrodes that have absorbed excessive moisture at 600 F for one hour or at 500° F for two hours. Cleaning for Welding: Corrosion products and other foreign materials must be removed from the base metal in the vicinity of the weld. Clean, bright base metal should extend 2 to 3 inches (50-75mm) from the...
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Alloy Digest (1985) 34 (11): Ni-325.
Published: 01 November 1985
... electrodes that have absorbed excessive moisture at 600°F for one hour or at 500°F for two hours. Cleaning for Welding: Corrosion products and other foreign materials must be removed from the base metal in the vicinity of the weld. Clean, bright base metal should extend 2 to 3 inches (50-75mm) from the joint...
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Alloy Digest (1956) 5 (4): Ni-25.
Published: 01 April 1956
.... Absorbed moisture will result in diswlorcc~parts having inferior majperic charac- ccdda Machinabilityt bkhinu b&c at a badness of about Rockwell QO The use of lard oil is recommcDded for drilling and mach i~ng, whi&mustbedoneatslowspeeds.Drillingandmachmm OfbfbdiSsimilnrLOthrcOfothcrhiRhni The following...
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Alloy Digest (1987) 36 (4): Ni-347.
Published: 01 April 1987
... amount of dilution. Storage: Opened containers of unused electrodes should be stored in a cabinet with a desiccant or heated to IO- 15O F above the highest expected ambient temper- ature. Bake electrodes that have absorbed excessive moisture at 600°F for one hour or at 5OO F for two hours. Cleaning for...
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Alloy Digest (1984) 33 (11): Ni-305.
Published: 01 November 1984
...- ture. Bake electrodes that have absorbed excessive moisture at 600°F for one hour or at 500°F for two hours. Cleaning for Welding: Corrosion products and other foreign materials must be removed from the base metal in the vicinity of the weld. Clean, bright base metal should extend 2 to 3 inches (50-75...
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Alloy Digest (1964) 13 (5): Fe-25.
Published: 01 May 1964
... the alloy co a soft condition suitable for drawing, spinning, forming, bending and similar operations, anneal for not more than one hour at 1450-16000F. Since high nickel. high permeabilir) alloys readily absorb carbon, sulphur, oxygen and other contaminants from combusrion furnace gases, it is...
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Alloy Digest (1972) 21 (11): Ni-181.
Published: 01 November 1972
... alI cold-work strains and restore the ahoy to a soft condition suitable for drawing, spinning, forming, bending and similar operations, an- neal for not more than one hour at 790 to 1OOOoC. Because high-nickel, high-permeability alloys readily absorb carbon, sulfur, oxygen and other contaminants from...
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Alloy Digest (1973) 22 (3): Ni-188.
Published: 01 March 1973
... International® 1996 Heat Treatment: Stress Relief Anneal: To relieve stresses after cold working and to restore the alIoy to a soft condition for drawing, bending, forming, spinning and other simiIar operations, anneal for one hour or less at 1450 to 16OOoF. Because high nickel alloys readiIy absorb carbon...
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Alloy Digest (1996) 45 (1): SS-632.
Published: 01 January 1996
... no special handling. Store opened containers of electrodes in a cabinet that is either equipped with a dessicant or heated to 10 to 15°F (6 to 8°C) above the highest expected ambient temperature. To reclaim electrodes that have absorbed moisture. bake them at 600°F (3 15°C) for one hour. or at 500°F...
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Alloy Digest (2017) 66 (10): SA-803.
Published: 01 October 2017
... 0.030 max Sulfur 0.030 max Chromium 0.40 0.65 Copper 0.25 0.40 Nickel 0.40 max Vanadium 0.02 0.10 Iron bal In order to obtain fine-grain structure a sufficient amount of nitrogen absorbing elements is added (e.g., . 0.02% Al). Mechanical Properties: Minimum yield strength, ReH, MPa (ksi) 16 mm (0.6 in...
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Alloy Digest (2017) 66 (11): SA-805.
Published: 01 November 2017
... obtain fine-grain structure a sufficient amount of nitrogen absorbing elements are added (e.g., 0.02% Al). Mechanical Properties: Minimum yield strength, ReH, 3mm ( 0.12 in MPa (ksi) 355 (51.5) Tensile strength, Rm, MPa (ksi) 470 630 (68.2 91.4) Minimum elongation, A, % 20 The notched-bar impact energy...