1958-01-01

High-Temperature Properties of vacuum-melted Superalloys 580021

IMPROVED high-temperature rupture strength and ductility of nickel-base superalloys has been obtained by utilization of vacuum melting and certain modifications in the nominal chemistry of these alloys.
A brief description of the melting technique and chemistry modifications is given in this page. The tensile and rupture properties of five nickel-base vacuum-melted alloys are reported for the temperature 1000–1600 F.

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