By Harry Chandler
The 1st e-book of its sort permits you to have easy access to authoritative, how-to warmth treating details for the main widely-used nonferrous alloys. presents easy access to suggested warmth treating info for enormous quantities of nonferrous alloys.
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Extra info for Heat Treater's Guide: Practices and Procedures for Nonferrous Alloys
1. 3 HOURS Q. S.!. D. D. (b) ? (a)Not detected. (b)Presenceor absencequestionable. IN 102 Chemical Composition. IN 102 (UNS N06102) (nominal). S. and/or Foreign). UNS N06102 Characteristics A nickel-base, precipitation-hardening alloy Previous Page 26/ Heat Treater's Guide: Nonferrous Alloys Incoloy 901 and more practical. For parts formed from sheet or strip, rapid air cooling usually is adequate. Rapid cooling from solid treating or annealing temperatures does not suppress the aging treatment for some alloys, such as Astroloy.
Structure is grain-boundary envelope and MC carbide (large particle) in a y matrix. 1:1 HCI and Hp. ), % I 2 3 4 5 6 7 72 126 161 III 127 76 127 74 115 160 110 84 84 98 13 12 13 9 9 8 9 Thst Revised treatment(c) 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 (a) At 650°C (1200 oF) and 552 MPa (80 ksi) specified minimum: life, 23 h; elongation, 5'70. (b) Solution treatedat 1085°C (1985 "F) for 2 h, cooled;aged at 720 °C (1325 "F) for 24 h, air cooled. (a)Solutiontreatedat 1085°C (1985"F) for2 h, waterquenched;aged at770°C (1420 "F) for 2 h, air cooled;aged at 720°C (1325 oF) for 24 h, air cooled.
Hastelloy W (UNS N10004) (nominal). 06 V of most alloys, rapid air cooling will suffice. S. and/or Foreign). UNS NlO004 Stress Relieving. Full annealing is recommended, because intermediate temperatures cause aging Characteristics A nickel-base, solid-solution alloy Recommended Heat Treating Practice Solution Treating. Treatment is at 1175 °C (2145 OF) for 1 h. Rapid quench is used. To provide adequate quench after solution treatment, it is necessary to cool below about 540°C (1000 "F) rapidly enough to prevent precipitation in the intermediate temperature range.
Heat Treater's Guide: Practices and Procedures for Nonferrous Alloys by Harry Chandler