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Brazing and soldering of metals
Brazing and soldering of metals , Brazing and soldering of metals , مرکز فناوری اطلاعات و اطلاع رسانی کشاورزی
Distribution of tin and zirconium between phases in α+β titanium alloys
Conclusions1.For the titanium alloys investigated, containing tin and zirconium, the concentration of tin and β stabilizers in the β phase increases with the holding time at 400–500°, while theExpand
Phase composition, structure, and properties of maraging steel Kh14K9N6M5
Conclusions1.Three stages of aging are observed in cast maraging steel Kh14K9N6M5 quenched to martensite and retained austenite. In the first state (up to 550°) martensite decomposes into two solidExpand
Separation of Alloyed Chromium Carbides of the Cr2C (Metastable) and Cr23C6 or Cr7C3 Types Isolated from Steels and Alloys
The presence of alloying elements, such as Cr, Mo, W, V, N, and others, in steels and alloys under certain conditions promotes the formation of carbide or nitride phases with a widely varyingExpand
Protective coatings for niobium alloys and their properties
Niobium alloys cannot be used at high temperatures without protective coatings. Superficial alloying of niobium alloys with only one element (aluminum, silicon or chromium) does not make it possibleExpand
Redistribution of nickel and chromium during theα →γ transformation in Cr−Ni stainless steels
Conclusions1.In Cr−Ni martensitic steels with 11% Cr and 9% Ni the α→γ transformation at heating rates below 50 deg/sec is accompanied by redistribution of chromium and nickel between the α and γExpand
Abstract : An examination was made of almost all the proposed electrolytes for the separation of the intermetalide and carbon phases in the alloys Ni-Cr-Ti-Al, and the best of them are pointed out.Expand
Metastable structural transformations and their influence on the properties of alpha plus beta-titanium alloys
Influence of metastable structural transformations on mechanical properties of alpha-beta phase titanium alloys