Handbook of International alloy Compositions and Designations. Volume II. Superalloys
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This handbook was compiled from data collected from many sources in an effort to bridge the nomenclature gap on superalloys produced and used in various countries of the world. A super-alloy is defined as an alloy based on nickel, cobalt, iron, or nickel plus iron, that has been developed for high performance applications involving relatively high stresses and temperatures generally above 540 C 1000 F, where resistance to oxidation and other environmental attack is required. The primary purpose of the handbook is to identify and conveniently interrelate the compositions, alloy names, designations and standards of one country with the compositions, alloy names, designations, and standards of other countries for superalloys. In addition to equating the chemical compositions for these materials, the handbook relates compositions to product forms, standards, producing companies, common names, and applications. The handbook also lists some basic physical and mechanical properties for the better known alloys.
- Properties of Metals and Alloys