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CERTAIN PECULIARITIES OF THE BEHAVIOR OF HIGH-TEMPERATURE ALLOYS UNDER CYCLICALLY VARYING TEMPERATURES,
FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO
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For aging high-temperature alloys based on nickel-chromium with titanium and aluminum, study of repeated heating is interesting from the stand-point of ascertaining the interaction between recovery and strain-hardening processes. The article presents certain data on the influence of cyclically varying temperatures on the structure and properties of EI437B alloy.
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