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  • Article - 28 Oct 2015
    The ability to quickly and precisely analyze the physical properties and chemical composition of natural gas is vital for natural gas producers, gatherers, and gas distribution companies for custody...
  • Article - 29 Jun 2013
    BRIGHTRAY alloys are nickel-chromium alloys that consist of a higher proportion of nickel. This alloy was first developed at Henry Wiggin and Co, Birmingham. BRIGHTRAY alloys are characterized by good...
  • Article - 29 Jun 2013
    BRIGHTRAY alloys are composed of nickel and chromium as the main elements. This alloy was developed at the Henry Wiggin and Co at Birmingham. The original composition of BRIGHTRAY alloy was 80% nickel...
  • Article - 16 May 2013
    Copper can be combined with other metals such as tin, silver, chromium, and zinc to make alloys. Copper and its alloys are essential materials in most of the electrical applications.
  • Article - 5 Mar 2013
    Stainless steel 332 is a nickel and chromium austenitic stainless steel designed with resistance against carburization and oxidation at elevated temperatures.
  • Article - 18 Dec 2012
    Copper has been used by man for thousands of years. It was first used to make coins and ornaments in 8000 B.C. By 5500 B.C. copper tools were invented which aided civilization to emerge from the Stone...
  • Article - 15 Dec 2012
    Steel is a ferrous metal and is an alloy of iron and other elements. The most common element that is combined with iron is carbon. Other alloying elements that are used include manganese, chromium,...
  • Article - 26 Oct 2012
    Super alloys or high performance alloys have an ability to function at temperatures above 540ºC (1000ºF) with deformation resistance and high surface stability.
  • Article - 31 Aug 2012
    Aluminum alloys have strong corrosion resistance. They are sensitive to high temperatures ranging between 200 and 250°C (392 and 482°F), and might lose some of their strength.
  • Article - 30 Aug 2012
    Aluminum alloys have strong corrosion resistance. They are sensitive to high temperatures ranging between 200 and 250°C (392 and 482°F), and might lose some of their strength.