Tungsten-Reinforced Oxidation-Resistant Columbium Alloys.
Final rept. 20 Feb 73-20 Feb 74,
SOLAR SAN DIEGO CALIF
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Optimization of the columbium alloytungsten composites has continued for general gas turbine application in the temperature range 2000 to 2400F. Major improvements have been made in hot transverse strength, control of structural stability, Izod and ballistic impact strength, creep strength, hot corrosion at 2200F, and thermal shock resistance. These improvements have been accomplished at the expense of some loss of fail-safe life for severely damaged specimens. This composite system can be optimized for specific applications by adjustment of the matrix composition and selection of tungsten filaments with specific properties. Modified author abstract
- Laminates and Composite Materials
- Jet and Gas Turbine Engines