Monthly Archives: September 2013

High resistance Helical Inconel X-750 Spring

The number 1 temper inconel X-750 is made toughened with the minor degree of cold reduction however its firmness is adequate to allow uniform coiling on the automatic machines. The spring temper wire has been cold processed to the limit

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Precipitation Processing of Inconel X – 750

The properties of inconel X-750 that are got by the processing at 1300oF for 20 hours can be obtained in the shorter time span by following the furnace quenching treatments like processing at 1400oF for one hour, furnace quenched to 1150oF,

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Tensile properties of Inconel X – 750

The tensile properties of annealed inconel X- 750 wire at the room temperature to high temperature of 1600oF are described in the below table: Temperature, oF Tensile Strength, ksi Yield Strength, ksi Elongation, % Room temp. 110.0 46.5 51 900

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Precipitation Hardening of Inconel X-750

The Inconel X-750 is precipitation hardenable alloy comprised of nickel and chromium and employed in the significant industrial operations for its superior resistance to oxidation and corrosion as well as high potential feature at elevated temperatures of 1300oF. The alloy’s precipitation

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Fatigue strength feature of Inconel 600 Wire

The fatigue strength of inconel 600 wire in the different operation environments is provided in the below table: Condition Fatigue Strength (10 8 Cycles), ksi Tensile Strength, ksi Average Endurance Ratio Annealed 39.0 85-114 0.39 Hot-Rolled 40.5 87-129.5 0.41 Cold-Drawn

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Mechanical properties of Inconel 600

As we know the inconel 600 offers broad strength and toughness on base of its production conditions. The wire’s mechanical properties are shown in the below table: Form and Condition Tensile Strength, ksi Yield Strength, ksi Elongation, % Hardness, Rockwell Wire

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Operation Fields of Inconel 600 Wire

The inconel alloy 600 comprises of basic elements nickel, chromium and iron is primarily employed for engineering applications in which resistance to heat and corrosion is widely required. The inconel alloy offers superior mechanical characteristics and provides adequate blend of

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Resistance to Carburization by Incoloy 800H and 800HT Wire

The incoloy 800, 800H and 800HT alloys comprise of same concentration of nickel, chromium and iron and they show similar resistance to corrosion at the given temperature. The incoloy alloy 800H and 800HT wire are basically employed for high temperature

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High creep and rupture strength of incoloy 800H and incoloy 800HT

The carbon content present in the incoloy 800 is proportion to creep and cracking properties of alloy such that more carbon content, more are the creep and cracking properties. Therefore carbon is added significantly in the alloy on the special

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Variable Oxidation States of Molybdenum

Molybdenum is a transition metal in nature and has electronegativity value measured on pauling scale is 2.16 approx. Its atomic weight is 96.96 gram per mol. The metal doesn’t combines with oxygen and water directly but when it is heated

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