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  • Article - 15 Jul 2003
    SuperCooler technology was developed by Ladish. It uses compressed air carefully controled by computers to control cooling rates and reduce thermal stresses while optimising properties. The process...
  • Article - 17 Jul 2018
    A superalloy is a material that has been specially designed to conserve high creep resistance and strength when used at high temperatures. Currently, these are made of complex materials which are...
  • Article - 12 Mar 2018
    Nanoindentation is a fast, easy and accurate technique to test microhardness as compared to traditional testing methods.
  • Article - 26 Aug 2017
    Bond coatings are deposited as intermediate layers on superalloy structures in order to improve several critical performance criteria, including hot corrosion resistance, limiting atomic migration of...
  • Article - 26 May 2014
    Superalloys are materials that have been developed to retain high strength and creep resistance even when operated at high temperatures.
  • Article - 25 Jan 2014
    Materials used for making gas turbine blades are exposed to extreme operating conditions, as the blades need to withstand centripetal forces during long periods of operation at the temperature range...
  • Article - 20 Sep 2005
    Diffusion brazing is an effective method for joining hot section components of aircraft and power generation turbines made from superalloys like IN 738. In this study, the influence of brazing...
  • Article - 14 May 2002
    Superalloys have excellent resistance to high temperature deformation and corrosion. Three main types are cobalt-based, iron-based and nickel-based. Some commonly used tradenames include Inconel,...
  • Article - 11 Mar 2002
    Superalloys are emerging as a viable alternative to ceramic filters for clean burning coal power generators. The possibility of creating thin filters with high surface area and limited susceptibility...
  • Article - 7 Mar 2001
    The benefits of PM superalloys over conventional superalloys are explored. It covers the nickel and titanium based superalloys and looks at future developments and directions.