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alloys of iron and tungsten

James Lawrence Gregg

alloys of iron and tungsten

by James Lawrence Gregg

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Published by Pub. for the Engineering foundation by the McGraw Hill book company, inc. in New York and London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Tungsten alloys.,
  • Iron alloys.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby J. L. Gregg...
    SeriesAlloys of iron research. Monograph series
    ContributionsEngineering Foundation (U.S.), Battelle Memorial Institute.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTA479.T8 G7 1934, TA479.T8 G7 1934
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 511 p.
    Number of Pages511
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15569045M
    LC Control Number34007390

    All Wolfmet tungsten alloy grades are reasonably corrosion resistant in both acid and alkaline environments and can easily be plated or painted if necessary. They are easy to clean, non-toxic and non-radioactive. Magnetic tungsten alloy Manufactured with a binder of iron and nickel, our magnetic alloys have a tungsten content of % by weight. Tungsten Nickel Iron alloys (~g/cm3) are made of tungsten based two phase composites with Ni, Fe as additions to form a ductile matrix. Tungsten Nickel Iron alloys has good machining properties, excellent radiation resistance, lower expansion coefficient, high strength and modulus of elasticity, which make them extensively used in radiation protection and guidance, balance .

      People make and use alloys because metals don't have exactly the right properties for a particular job. Iron is a great building material but steel (an alloy made by adding small amounts of nonmetallic carbon to iron) is stronger, harder, and rustproof. Aluminum is a very light metal but it's also very soft in its pure form. Description: tungsten titanium carbide (W,Ti)C, the high temperature properties of hard metals, such as hot hardness or resistance to oxidation and diffusion, improve significantly in comparison with iron-based , as a composite carbide rather than a single carbide.

    Liquid phase-sintered tungsten-heavy metals are manufactured from the mixture of metal powders in a single-stage production process during which the components with lower melting points are melted onto those with higher melting points. During the binder phase, these components form alloys with those that have a higher melting point. Even a large amount of the tungsten, which . Our Range of Tungsten Alloys. 93W-Ni-Fe A tungsten alloy containing approx 5% nickel and 2% iron. Density approx. g/cm³. Slightly magnetic with a tensile strength of N/mm². Main application areas are aerospace and motorsport balancing components. 95W-Ni-Fe A tungsten alloy containing approx 3% nickel and 2% iron. Density approx.


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